Shareholder Ed Corey Quoted in Sacramento County Department of Health and Human Services Supplement

Shareholder, Ed Corey, was quoted in the Sacramento County Department of Health and Human Services – Adult Protective Services Supplement which discussed the protection and safety of seniors in our community.  Corey touched on the importance of being sensible and cautious of suspicious activity and deception in relation to elder financial abuse. To read his entire column, click here.

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Four attorneys named "Top Rated Lawyer" in Trust and Estates Law

Congratulations to Kay Brooks, Janet Chediak, Ed Corey and Hilary Lamar, all of whom have been selected as a 2013 “Top Rated Lawyer” in Trust and Estates Law by the national attorney-ranking service Martindale-Hubbell.

The attorneys received this prestigious honor after receiving an “AV Preeminent” review rating on Martindale-Hubbell from his attorney peers. The AV Preeminent rating is the highest possible rating in legal ability and ethical standards.

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Announcing Weintraub's Trusts and Estates Law Blog

Trusts and Estates Blog Announcement2

Weintraub Tobin is excited to announce the launch of the Trusts and Estates Law Blog. The blog aspires to inform the general public and the professionals in the estate planning community, including fiduciaries, CPAs, and attorneys about:

– Trusts and estates litigation
– Estate planning
– Elder law
– Estate and gift tax
– All of the facets of estate and probate administration

Written by our trusts and estates attorneys,

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Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Announces New Los Angeles Office

Sacramento’s fifth-largest law firm quietly opened a branch in Los Angeles this week.

Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Law Corp. has hired two litigators in an office on Wilshire Boulevard to solidify a toehold in the intellectual property, employment and entertainment markets in Southern California.

The firm has expanded in Sacramento, too. Four lawyers have joined the real estate, bankruptcy and corporate practice groups in recent months, including a shareholder from McDonough, Holland &

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Fourteen Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Attorneys Honored As 2009 Nor Cal Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Fourteen Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Attorneys Honored
as 2009 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 21, 2009 –Weintraub Genshlea Chediak, a Sacramento-based business law and business litigation law firm congratulates its fourteen attorneys who were named as 2009 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars:

Super Lawyers:

Dale C. Campbell, Intellectual Property Litigation

Christopher Chediak, Corporate Law

Ed Corey,

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Six Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Attorneys Honored As 2008 Northern California Super Lawyers

Six Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Attorneys Honored
as 2008 Northern California Super Lawyers

SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 31, 2008 –Weintraub Genshlea Chediak, a Sacramento-based business law and business litigation law firm congratulates its six shareholders who were named as 2008 Northern California Super Lawyers:

Dale C. Campbell, Intellectual Property Litigation

Ed Corey, Jr., Estate Planning and Probate

Joseph S. Genshlea, Business Litigation

Michael A.

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Financial Elder Abuse: California Lawyers Follow the Money to Protect Seniors

Financial Elder Abuse: California Lawyers Follow the Money to Protect Seniors

California Lawyer
April 2008
Edited By Jeanette Borzo

Shareholder Ed Corey is quoted in this article on the increase in elder financial abuse claims in California. He stated, “elder financial abuse is one the fastest-growing ’emerging’ practice areas in the state."

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Detecting Fraud With Financial Armor

Comstock’s Magazine

Authors Don Lipper and Elizabeth Sagehorn

New California laws widen the definition of who is required to report elder financial abuse. State Senate Bill 1018, which took effect on January 1, 2007, requires banks, credit unions and their affiliates to report elder financial abuse. January 1, 2008, Senate Bill 611 expanded the law to include the right to file a writ of attachment to freeze a suspect’s financial accounts and recover the victim’s money.

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Contractual Arbitration: Is It Binding On Victims Of Elder Abuse?

California Trusts and Estates Quarterly
Volume 13, Issue 3
Fall, 2007
By Edward J. Corey, Jr.* and Kelly E. Sutter*

I. INTRODUCTION

These days, it is virtually impossible to open a bank or brokerage account, or even be admitted to a nursing home, without unwittingly agreeing to resolve any future disputes with the company through binding arbitration.

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Seven Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Attorneys Honored as 2007 Northern California Super Lawyers

Seven Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Attorneys Honored as 2007 Northern California Super Lawyers

SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 27, 2007 –Weintraub Genshlea Chediak, a Sacramento-based business law and business litigation law firm congratulates its seven shareholders who were honored as Northern California Super Lawyers as published in San Francisco Magazine and Northern California Super Lawyers Magazine. This select group of lawyers are recognized for their professional achievements and represent the top five percent of the region’s Bar Association membership.

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