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Breaking the Chain—Bank Accountability and Elder Financial Abuse

What You Will Learn

  • Current trends in financial elder abuse scams
  • How banks can identify and prevent financial elder abuse
  • Potential legal liability for banks that fail to take preventive action

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What You Will Learn

  • Current trends in financial elder abuse scams
  • How banks can identify and prevent financial elder abuse
  • Potential legal liability for banks that fail to take preventive action
Tuesday, July 27, 2021

2PM CENTRAL
(3:00 ET / 12:00 PT / 1:00 MT)

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Price

$99 for Association Member
$129 for Non-Member

75 minutes
Publisher

San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

Elder Abuse

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Summary

The growing number of elderly in the U. S. population present an attractive target for scams and other forms of financial abuse. In this webinar, a panel of three attorneys with decades of experience litigating on behalf of elders and their families will present current trends in financial elder abuse scams, what banks should be doing to identify and prevent financial elder abuse, and the potential legal liability of banks for their failure to protect elderly customers.

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Presenters

Kirsten M. Fish

KIRSTEN M. FISH is a partner with Needham Kepner & Fish LLP, where she focuses on personal injury, wrongful death and... Read More

Kathryn Stebner
STEBNER & ASSOCIATES

Kathryn Stebner, the principal of Stebner and Associates, has been advocating for the rights of elders in California for over... Read More

Deena Zacharin

Deena Zacharin has been an associate attorney with Stebner and Associates since 2015, focusing on elder neglect and financial... Read More

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Agenda

5 Minutes - Introduction
60 Minutes - Presentation
10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

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