Establishing standing is a prerequisite to pursuit of any court action. There are many traps for the practitioner due to the differences in who may pursue certain claims in the different types of litigation. This webinar, facilitated by David Knitter, will provide a summary of who has standing to pursue actions in a multitude of different trust and estate proceedings, elder abuse matters, and power of attorney actions. To participate in this webinar, please click here.
Attorney David G. Knitter presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the State Bar of California on Friday, Oct. 9, in Anaheim. He was part of a three attorney panel which presented a presentation entitled, “Understanding Remedies for Financial Elder Abuse,” which provided training and education for California attorneys seeking to protect elders from different forms of elder financial abuse.
The panelists provided guidance and tips on when and how to get social services or law enforcement involved; how to resolve the problem without litigation; and what remedies are available under the consumer protection statutes, elder abuse statutes and the Probate Code.
David G. Knitter spoke during the Conduct A Better Deposition in Trust and Estates Litigation session at the 87th Annual Meeting of the State Bar of California, San Diego California, September 2014.
This program was to provide practical tips for preparing and conducting a witness deposition. Learn the different approaches and proven techniques, and leave armed with practical tips that you can immediately apply in your law practice.