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Medicaid Advocacy: The Contested Case from Application to Appeal CR032709

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This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “Medicaid Advocacy: The Contested Case from Application to Appeal" CLE, presented on March 27, 2009.

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Medicaid Advocacy: The Contested Case from Application to Appeal

Program Time
5.0 Hours


Presented by the Elder Law Section

About the Program
The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 and the Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) regulations have created many ambiguities in Medicaid law. This seminar will prepare attendees to test the limits of the new law and regulations from application to appeal. Experienced practitioners will discuss issues that raise “red flags” in a Medicaid application, as well as handling the initial client meeting and preparing the Medicaid application for the contested case. A panel of attorneys will conduct a mock Fair Hearing so attendees learn how to effectively present their case before the DSS. Speakers will clarify the law and procedure of DSS Fair Hearings, due process concerns regarding DSS Fair Hearings, and the law and procedure of administrative appeals to superior court. 

Program Faculty
Program Co-chairs
Joseph A. Cipparone, Cole-Chu & Cipparone LLC, New London
Laurel D. Mangan, Law Office of Laurel D. Mangan, Vernon

Speakers
Stephen O. Allaire, Ruggiero Ziogas & Allaire, Bristol
George B. Bickford, Bickford Kraner & Hess LLC, East Granby
Kevin J. Brophy, Connecticut Legal Services, Inc., Waterbury
Paul T. Czepiga, Czepiga Daly & Dillman LLC, Newington
Mary Alice Moore Leonhardt, Moore Leonhardt & Associates LLC, Hartford
Laurene Y. McCrann, Paralegal, Czepiga Daly & Dillman LLC, Newington
Lea Nordlicht Shedd, Shedd & Hoberman LLC, Hamden
Deborah J. Tedford, Tedford & Ceddia PC, Mystic
Sheldon V. Toubman, New Haven Legal Assistance, Inc., New Haven

Who Should Purchase
Attorneys involved in elder law, estate planning, litigation, or administrative law. Paralegals, estate and financial planners, nursing home administrators, accountants, and social workers who assist with Medicaid applications will benefit as well.