Asserting Criminal and Civil Remedies for the Victim of Elder Abuse
About the Program:
– 1 hour MCLE General Participatory Credit available.
This one-hour class will be divided into two parts: The first part is meant to introduce the litigant to all the basic remedies an elder victim of abuse or neglect is entitled to in both the criminal and civil arenas. The second part of the class will entail a discussion on the ramifications of Carter v. Prime Healthcare, 198 Cal.App.4th 396, a 2011 case making it more difficult for plaintiff attorneys to plead causes of action for elder abuse or neglect.
About the Speaker:
William A. Hannosh, Esq. was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. At age 19, he became the editor-in-chief of his hometown newspaper, Mid-Valley News. Both before and after graduating from UCLA with a B.A. in Political Science in 1996, he worked for various news agencies as a reporter and editor. He covered political issues for The News Circle-Arab American Affairs, and then became a beat reporter covering city politics and council meetings for the Pasadena Herald Tribune. In 2001, he graduated from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. He interned for the San Diego City Attorney’s Office, then worked as a legal assistant for the San Diego Sheriff’s Department, and then worked as a law clerk to Attorney Pat McCrary for one year. He has been a solo practitioner since 2009, and mainly practices in the areas of family law, elder abuse litigation and civil litigation.
Date: Thursday, March 21, 2013
Time: 1-2 pm
Location: El Cajon Location
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