Emergence of Elder Abuse Claims in Securities Litigation and Regulatory Matters: A Potential Game Changer for All Involved

$115.00$155.00

April 22, 2015 | 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm EST

The Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Securities Law CLE Committee Presents: “Emergence of Elder Abuse Claims in Securities Litigation and Regulatory Matters: A Potential Game Changer for All Involved.”

CLE Credit: 4.5 CLER

Key topics to be discussed:

  • Case Law Update and Other Hot Topics
  • Professional Panel Moderated: Elder issues from a business and regulatory perspective.
  • Mock Arbitration: Mock legal arguments involving elder issues.
  • FINRA Arbitrators' Rulings, Reasons and Open-Forum Q & A

 

Clear

This course has been granted 4.5 CLER credits from The Florida Bar.

Opening Remarks
Matthew N. Thibaut, Esq. Ciklin Lubitz & O’ Connell, Committee Chairperson

Case Law Update and Other Hot Topics
Jonathan Butler, Esq., Akerman

Professional Panel Moderated by Adam Rabin, Esq., McCabe & Rabin
The Panel consists of Karen Hendricks, Esq., in-house counsel with Morgan Stanley, Kathryn Wilson, Senior Regional Counsel at FINRA District 7 (Boca Raton, FL), and Yvette Panetta, Deputy District Director at FINRA District 7 (Boca Raton, FL). The Panel will address Elder issues from a business and regulatory perspective.

Mock Arbitration
University of Miami Law Students and The Investor Rights Clinic at The University of Miami will present mock legal arguments involving elder issues.

FINRA Arbitrators’ Rulings, Reasons and open-forum Q&A
Moderated by Matthew N. Thibaut