September 30, 2011
White Collar Crime: Elder Fraud
The elderly can become targets of not only phone or email scammers but also by those they trust, family members and caregivers. This reality presents unique considerations for attorneys representing victims of elder fraud. The criminality of elder fraud and affective tactics for representing victims of this crime will be the focus of a three-hour CLE seminar on Monday, October 17.
Faculty for this presentation are Tom Allen, Franklin County Prosecutor's Office; Detective Eric Harp, Columbus Police Department; Derek DeBrosse, Law Office of Derek A. DeBrosse; Kevin Craine, Kincaid Randall & Craine. The session, 1:30-4:45pm, will be moderated by Judge Charles A. Schneider, Common Pleas Court. The afternoon will begin with factual background in theft from the elderly highlighting the cases of Peter Svaldi and Hilda Wearly. The bulk of the presentation will be moderated dialogs on investigating theft from the elderly, understanding evidentiary issues relating to prosecuting and defending theft from the elderly, and negotiating the aftermath of a crime. A full faculty panel will offer insights on making the case for your clients.
To register, visit www.cbalaw.org/cle or call 614/221.4112. Event # 111017CR. Pre-registration fees are: M: $105; NM: $150; Non-attorney: $75. Fees increase for day-of registrations. This seminar is CLE Easy Pass eligible.