Executive Director Legal Pitfalls – The Defense Attorney Perspective

Thursday, January 26, 2023
Virtual | 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m., Pacific

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As an assisted living Executive Director (ED), you are charged with minimizing risk and preventing legal liability. But in practical terms, do you understand the legal framework that affects your day-to-day decisions?

Join Hinshaw attorneys—experienced in defending assisted living communities and their directors—for a webinar primer on community member and employment legal pitfalls. We will walk through scenarios you face daily to explain the laws governing your facilities and provide practical tips to help avoid potential pitfalls.

Who Should Attend

This webinar is designed for Executive Directors and Assistant Executive Directors of Assisted Living Facilities in California.

Featured Topics

Community Member-Centered Liability:

Employment-Centered Liability:

  • Understanding the California legal framework
  • How community member-centered claims may arise
  • What we are seeing with respect to verdicts and reported settlements
  • Proactive tips to help protect your community
  • Current developments and updates in California employment law that impact assisted living communities
  • Workers’ compensation claims
  • Proactive tips for avoiding employment and workers' compensation liability
  • How to minimize exposure involving work injuries

Presented by Hinshaw Attorneys

David Alfini

Mellissa Schafer
Los Angeles


Attendees may earn RCFE CETP credit by attending this program. It has been approved for one (1) hour of instruction on law, regulations and policies 22 CCR 87407(a)(2). This live-stream California Department of Social Services-approved course continues to qualify for the in-person waiver set forth in PIN 21-24-CCLD (February 28, 2023 expiration).

CLE Credit

This program has been approved for one 1.0 hour of CLE credit in the state of California. Instructions on how to submit for CLE credit will be provided closer to the date of the program. 

Should you have any questions regarding CLE, please contact John Wynne, Hinshaw's Attorney Development and CLE Specialist.


Please contact Stephanie Bryk.