Title

A 360 Degree Review of Roles and Responsibilities Concerning Diminished Capacity: Financial Advisers' Obligations to Clients, Lawyers Representing Clients, and Lawyers Preparing Their Practices

Publication Title

PIABA Bar Journal

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2016

Abstract

Cognitive decline or impairment is a problem that will undoubtedly arise in some aspect of a securities arbitration lawyer's practice. It may become an issue when reviewing how a financial adviser interacted with a client, when personally dealing with a client who has a potential claim, or in a lawyer's own practice. Understanding the obligations of all parties involved in this area better prepares lawyers to deal with the various issues associated with aging that will affect them and their clients.

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External Links

Westlaw

Recommended Citation

Elissa Germaine, Nicole G. Iannarone, & Teresa Verges, A 360 Degree Review of Roles and Responsibilities Concerning Diminished Capacity: Financial Advisers' Obligations to Clients, Lawyers Representing Clients, and Lawyers Preparing Their Practices, 23 PIABA B.J. 225 (2016).

Volume

23

Issue

2

First Page

225

Last Page

230

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