Join us for a free webinar on addressing issues in long-term care and examining reform following the disastrous impact of COVID-19. To register, visit https://nysba.org/events/nursing-home-reform-the-covid-crisis-and-regulations-oversight-and-the-economics-of-nursing-homes-webinar/. Note: To register, you must create an account on the New York State Bar Association’s website linked above.
The event is co-sponsored by LTCCC, NYSBA’s Elder Law & Special Needs Section, and NYSBA’s Elder Law & Special Needs Section’s Task Force on Long Term Care Facility Reform & Oversight.
This program will lay out the fundamentals of the nursing home industry: its legal structure, oversight, funding and ownership, and the realities of enforcement. The presenters will discuss issues with staffing, infection and quality control, profit vs. non-profit ownership, and the debates over liability and immunity that have become so heightened during the COVID-19 pandemic.
David Kronenberg, Esq., Goldfarb Abrandt & Salzman LLP, New York, NY, Co-Chair of the Elder Law & Special Needs Section’s Task Force on Long Term Care Facility Reform & Oversight
Andria R. Adigwe, Esq., Hinman, Howard & Kattell, Binghamton, NY
John Dalli, Esq., Dalli & Marino, LLP, Mineola, NY
Richard Mollot, Esq., Executive Director, The Long Term Care Community Coalition, New York, NY
Joanne Seminara, Esq., Grimaldi & Yeung, Brooklyn, NY, Co-Chair of the Elder Law & Special Needs Section’s Task Force on Long Term Care Facility Reform & Oversight, will provide a brief introduction to the Task Force