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Brooklyn Bar hosts pair of elder law attorneys for CLE course

The Brooklyn Bar Association (BBA) hosted a CLE course with elder law attorneys Jeanne Ramasso (second from left) and John Dalli (second from right) of Dalli & Marino, LLP. Also pictured is BBA’s CLE Director Danielle Levine (left) and Hon. Nancy Schacher. Eagle photo by Rob Abruzzese

The Brooklyn Bar Association (BBA) hosted a CLE course with elder law attorneys Jeanne Ramasso (second from left) and John Dalli (second from right) of Dalli & Marino, LLP. Also pictured is BBA’s CLE Director Danielle Levine (left) and Hon. Nancy Schacher.  Eagle photo by Rob Abruzzese

The Brooklyn Bar Association hosted a pair of elder law attorneys for a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course titled “Nursing Home Litigation Under the Public Health Law: Identifying Elder Abuse and What To Do About It” at a meeting on Remsen Street Thursday.

John Dalli and Jeanne Ramasso, both from Dalli & Marino, LLP, led a two-hour course and discussion on nursing home litigation. They focused on how to identify elder abuse and neglect in nursing homes as well as at home by health aides and what attorneys can do for their clients.

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