Three Recent Developments in the Kansas Attorney General's Office that Kansas Practitioners Should Know

Thursday February 2nd, 2017 - 1:30 PM
(1.0 CLE) Attorney General Derek Schmidt will discuss three little-noticed recent changes to the powers and duties of the Office of the Attorney General: Strengthened role in appellate advocacy, heightened focus on fraud and abuse of elder or disabled adults, and new enforcement authority to protect consumer privacy and prevent identity theft. For each, he will highlight how the changes affect practitioners, including those who advise or represent clients in each area.
Speakers: Derek Schmidt
Written Material(s): Three Recent Developments in the Kansas Attorney General s Office that Kansas Attorneys Should Know.pdf

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