Representing Incapacitated Clients

Note: The MBA has applied for one hour of ethics and one hour of general OSB MCLE credit, for two credits total.

What ethical rules guide legal representation of a client suffering from dementia or another incapacitating condition? Julie Meyer Rowett, Yazzolino Rowett & Edgel LLP; Tim McNeil, Davis Pagnano McNeil & Vigna, LLP; and Michael Fearl, Schulte, Anderson, Downes, Aronson & Bittner, P.C., will discuss the ethics and mechanics of representing an incapacitated client in the context of elder law and family law.

For more information: Contact Mindy Stannard, McKinley Irvin at 503.487.1645. For registration questions, contact the MBA at 503.222.3275.

Date & Time
Wednesday, December 07, 2016, 3:00-5:00pm
Location
World Trade Center, Mezzanine, 26 SW Salmon
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Credit Types
Ethics, General Credit
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