Governance: Legal Problems Your Board Can Avoid

Recorded Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern)
 

Is your board good, or is it lucky? Increased litigation against senior living providers and senior care facilities poses a financial risk to those organizations and in certain cases, exposes board members to claims of personal liability. What conduct/actions/decisions are appropriate for board members and what might make them — and the organization — vulnerable? How do you protect the organization’s assets? Against what four types of risk must the board — and top management — protect the organization? How do you avoid being sued? How can a gap analysis help? Our panel of experts will shed light on these issues and explain how your board — and your organization — can set policies that effectively mitigate risk.

This educational offering has been approved for 1.50 clock hours by the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).
 

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AT A GLANCE
DATE: Recorded Thursday, November 8, 2012
TIME: Whenever it's convenient for you. A recording will be made available in your membership account.
PLACE: Anywhere you can connect online
COST: Buy now for $193!
REGISTERING IS EASY:
1. Online.
2. Call toll-free: 1-800-248-1668


BUY TODAY and learn about the legal problems your board can avoid from our panel of leading industry experts—without ever having to leave your desk:

 

 

What board structure/s ensure smooth operations but also help avoid legal problems?
Why does succession-planning matter?
What legal missteps can create personal liability for board members?
Do not-for-profits and for-profits that find themselves in financial distress face their problems differently?
What major risks to the organization must board members protect against?
PLUS...your chance to ask our panel of experts any questions about the ins and outs of buying, selling and valuing skilled nursing facilities.

 

Panel of Experts:

Deborah Cloud is vice president and senior editor for LeadingAge in Washington, D.C., where her responsibilities over the years have included member communications, publications, media relations and public affairs. She founded and oversees the association’s award-winning flagship publication, LeadingAge magazine; develops governance education programs and outreach; and manages the association’s annual awards of excellence and various Read More
Vice President and Senior Editor, LeadingAge
Joe is a Partner in the firm’s Corporate and Healthcare departments. He specializes in healthcare merger and acquisition transactions, representing hospitals, long term care providers, continuing care retirement communities, physician groups and medical device manufacturers. Joe has 25 years of corporate transactional experience, has handled a wide variety of acquisitions and dispositions and has advised boards of their fiduciary duties in Read More
Partner, Ungaretti & Harris LLP
Pamela Kaufmann
Pamela S. Kaufmann's practice is dedicated to the representation of senior housing and care providers and tax-exempt organizations. She advises assisted living facilities, continuing care retirement communities, skilled nursing facilities, housing providers, hospices, home health agencies, adult day health centers, home care agencies and other providers on development issues (corporate structuring, licensing, real estate, tax exemptions), Read More
Partner, Hanson Bridgett LLP
Rick Stiffney
Rick has consulted widely with not-for-profit organizations for more than 25 years. He has served as President/CEO of Mennonite Health Services since 1998. Rick’s current consulting work focuses on executive development, strategic positioning and planning, alliance formation, values integration, and not-for-profit board education and development.   Working ecumenically with organizations from many different faith traditions, Rick Read More
President and CEO, Mennonite Health Services Alliance