Ohio Law Regarding Reporting of Elder Abuse

Ohio Law Regarding Reporting of Elder Abuse

Change in Ohio Law Regarding Reporting of Elder Abuse
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am


When it comes to banking and finances, elder abuse is something that rarely—if ever—immediately comes to mind. Though, sadly, it should. 

Join us to learn about Ohio’s new mandatory reporter law requiring bankers and other professionals to report suspected elder abuse. We will not only explain the requirements of the law and offer practical suggestions for compliance, but will also provide tips for detecting potential elder abuse. Our presenters will also present real life scenarios and outcomes in reporting matters.

Learn how to protect your clients in the instance of suspected neglect or abuse and yourself in the event you need to report—register now for this timely and informative webinar.



Grant Stephenson
Grant is a partner at Porter Wright and focuses his practice on the regulation of financial firms such as banks, credit unions, broker-dealers and investment advisors. He has also represented clients in business formations and acquisitions, financial institution mergers, the issuance of public and private securities, equipment leasing matters, corporate reorganization, bankruptcy proceedings and technology matters, including electronic

Andy Nicoll
Andy is a partner in Porter Wright’s Bankruptcy & Reorganization group. His practice focuses on representing debtors and creditors in loan workouts, receiverships, bankruptcies and bankruptcy-related litigation.

Tony McClure

Tony is a partner in Porter Wright’s Litigation Department, where he represents clients in a variety of disputes in both state and federal courts. He has experience in matters including probate, construction, complex commercial litigation, intellectual property, product liability, contractual and mortgage disputes, legal malpractice, insurance defense matters and environmental litigation.

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