Establishing Nursing Home Corporate Negligence Using Cost Reports and Other Financial Documents

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Establishing Nursing Home Corporate Negligence Using Cost Reports and Other Financial Documents 

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June 4, 2010 - June 5, 2010
AAJ Headquarters
Washington, DC

Cosponsored by AAJ’s Nursing Home Litigation Group and the Florida Justice Association

9 CLE Credits

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Friday, September 24 

Welcome and Announcements
Saul G. Gruber, NJ

Theme:  Pre-Suit Investigation

Update on the Practices, Uses, and Struggles
Robert F. Daley, PA

Medicare Liens, Set Asides, and Appeals—the Ongoing Debate
Matthew L. Garretson, OH

Former Employees: Databases, Interviews, and Ethics Requirements
Joe Beard, MS

Getting the Witness to Tell Their Story
Deborah R. Gough, NY
Carl Bettinger, NM

Theme:  Standards

Admissibility of the Regulations and Policies and Procedures
Elizabeth Todd Beall, NC

Regulations as the Standard of Care:  OBRA Regulations for Every Case
Robert D. Steinhaus, NY

The Regulations and How You Can Use Them

Changes in Pressure Sore Clinical Guidelines
 H. Micheal Wright, AZ

Networking Reception (sponsored by the Nursing Home Litigation Group)

Saturday, September 25

Morning Announcements
Roy D. Turner, VA

Theme:  Depositions

Why, When, and How to Depose the Administrator
Joseph T. Musso, DC

Involuntary Representation: Basis for Disqualification of Defense Counsel
Hugh M. Robert, OK

The PA, RN, CNA, NP, LPN:  The Scope of What They Can and Can’t Do
 Rhonda Hill Wilson, PA

Developing Case Themes through CNA Depositions
James L. Wilkes, FL

Theme:  Strategic Considerations

Proving Systemic Corporate Neglect
Edward P. Dudensing, CA

Strategies for Settlement & Mediation
Robert L. Sachs, PA

Quality Assurance—Peer Review or Not
Martin S. Kardon, PA

Sharing Agreements & Confidentiality
Lee D. Cope, SC

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