Elder Financial Abuse: New FINRA Protections Under Amendments to Rule 4512, New Rule 2165
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A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss the provisions of amended FINRA Rule 4152 and new FINRA Rule 2165 in effect as of Feb. 5, 2018. Our panel of experienced elder law attorneys will provide insights into this critical new guidance for FINRA members aimed at preventing financial abuse of seniors.
- Scope of changes
- Protections under Rule 4152 Amendments
- Protections under New Rule 2165
- Interplay with state law provisions
The panel will review these and other relevant questions:
- What threshold requirements must FINRA members satisfy in the application of the new provisions?
- What information is a FINRA member allowed to disclose to a trusted contact regarding suspect transactions?
- How do FINRA’s new protections accommodate existing privacy laws for specified adults?
John R. Harrison
Hickman & Lowder Co.
Mr. Harrison practices in the areas of elder and special needs law. He assists older adults and individuals with... | Read More
Mr. Harrison practices in the areas of elder and special needs law. He assists older adults and individuals with special needs and their families with estate planning, Medicaid, guardianship, litigation, probate matters, and the maintenance of public benefits. He also works with public agencies that provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness or who have substance abuse issues. Mr. Harrison often speaks on topics related to disability and elder law.Close
Janelle L. Leonard, MSW, LISW, ACHP-SW
Hickman & Lowder Co.
Ms. Leonard is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with an advanced certification in hospice and palliative care. Her... | Read More
Ms. Leonard is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with an advanced certification in hospice and palliative care. Her professional background includes assessment, care planning, and advocacy for older adults and people with disabilities. Ms. Leonard served as Director of Social Services at an Alzheimer care center, Geriatric Case Manager at a home care agency, and Social Worker for the PACE Program and, most recently, at a nonprofit hospice organization.Close