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New Approaches To Old Challenges IN ELDER LAW

New Approaches To Old Challenges IN ELDER LAW

“For me, elder law is estate planning. However, unlike traditional estate planning, elder law focuses on planning for the potential disability of the grantor. This becomes the primary focus of the planning and estate tax minimization, and probate avoidance become secondary issues,” says Scott Stewart. “This planning approach often includes addressing the issue of benefits […]

CONNECTING People

CONNECTING People

“A career change, whether lateral or vertical, is a significant moment in someone’s life and we feel honored to be a part of that process,” says Alicia Vargas, co-founder with Katie Dougherty and Nicole Sutton of Nexus Search Group. “We feel privileged to be a trusted resource to our clients when they are looking to […]

California Case Summaries Civil™ Organized Succinct Summaries of New Civil Cases

California Case Summaries Civil™ Organized Succinct Summaries of New Civil Cases

CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT Torts T.H. v. Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation (2017) _ Cal.5th _, 2017 WL 6521684: The California Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Appeal’s ruling directing the trial court to sustain a demurrer but grant leave to amend in a case where plaintiff alleged that defendant manufacturer failed to properly warn about known or […]

Don’t Rob Your Prospects of Their Scarcest Resource. And What Not to Say When Marketing.

Don’t Rob Your Prospects of Their Scarcest Resource. And What Not to Say When Marketing.

Ever notice how many people want to steal your scarcest resource? They crave a piece of your time—often for their own benefit. But this theft isn’t only limited to people … each day hundreds of marketing messages attempt to rob you of your time, too. So how do you decide where to direct your attention? […]

Critical Success Factors. The Key to Exposing Demand.

Critical Success Factors. The Key to Exposing Demand.

Let’s get the new year started off on the right foot by simplifying what many lawyers struggle with. There’s a lot of confusing advice out there for lawyers who are trying to learn how to get clients. Let these three basic questions be your guide to simplified business development: What? Why? How? What problem, situation, […]

Enhance Your Image And Nurture Relationships. How To Overcome Two Costly Excuses Prospects Make.

Enhance Your Image And Nurture Relationships. How To Overcome Two Costly Excuses Prospects Make.

Why do clients and prospects make excuses? And what do those excuses mean? The excuses you regularly hear are really symptoms of other problems: Excuse #1 “Too expensive.” Prospects don’t appreciate the value of what you’re offering, choosing to focus on price instead. (Also, “too expensive,” if true, could mean you’re reaching the wrong audience; […]

Community News – February 2018

Community News – February 2018

A federal judge has appointed CaseyGerry’s managing partner David S. Casey, Jr. as liaison counsel for the Wells Fargo Multi-District Litigation (MDL) now pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. United States District Judge Andrew J. Guilford, who is presiding over Wells Fargo Collateral Protection Insurance Litigation MDL #2797, […]

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