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  • Ron M. Landsman quoted in Retirement Investing: 7 ways to Protect Your Retirement From Investment Frauds, August 8, 2014. Click here to read more
  • The new law stops the state Medicaid agency from micro-managing the use and operation of special needs trust. It cannot interfere with a trustee’s proper exercise of discretion and its rules cannot be more restrictive than state trust law generally. And it cannot require the disclosure of personal or confidential information without the beneficiary’s consent. SB 332 Photo
  • ElderLawAnswers Member Sues Tennessee Over Failure To Deduct Pre-Eligibility Medical Expenses Read more
  • Ron M. Landsman featured on WAMU 88.5 broadcast – “Financial Exploitation of Elderly Difficult to Detect”, May 9, 2013 Listen here
  • Sarah W. Rice, Assistant Attorney General for Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, letter to Thomas E. Dewberry, Chief Administrative Law Judge at Office of Administrative Hearings, dated January 11, 2013
  • Sarah W. Rice, Assistant Attorney General for Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, has written to Thomas E. Dewberry, Chief Administrative Law Judge at Office of Administrative Hearings, to say that the administrative law judges are interpreting the March 2012 “who may appeal” regs too restrictively, improperly denying Medicaid appeal rights and proposed changes Read More
  • Ron M. Landsman writes to Lorie A. Mayorga, Esq., Deputy Director, Eligibility Policy, Department of Health ad Mental Hygiene, regarding pre-eligibility medical expense claims Click here
  • NAELA Kicks Off District Days 2012

    NAELA members advocate for older Americans and individuals with special needs as Congress returns to their home offices Read more

  • Uniform Law Commission Supports NAELA’s Proposed Revisions to Premarital and Marital Agreements Act

    In last week’s eBulletin, NAELA announced that board member Ron Landsman, Esq., CAP, along with Public Policy Committee Chair Charlie Sabatino, Esq., and Public Policy Advisor Brian Lindberg, prepared a correspondence to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) Committee on Marital and Premarital Agreements, February, 2012. Read more

  • NAELA Files Amicus Curiae Brief

    NAELA joined the Special Needs Alliance in submitting an amicus curiae brief to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in the matter of Lewis v. Alexander, which involves special needs trusts and pooled trusts in particular, December, 2011. Read more

  • Best Lawyers

    Best Lawyers has named Ron M. Landsman as the “Washington DC Best Lawyers Elder Law Lawyer of the Year” for 2012, October, 2011. Read more

  • National Academy Of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc.

    Ron Landsman elected to the Board of Directors, National Academy Of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc., March, 2011. Read more

  • National Disability Institute

    Ron Landsman named to the Board of Directors of the National Disability Institute, February 10, 2011. Read more