Elderly investors or those with a mental or physical disability may be unable to make sound financial decisions on their own and are more vulnerable to exploitation. In this episode of Thomson Reuters: Down the Hall with Practical Law, host Haile Arrindell talks to Kelly Brennan about the new laws and regulations that empower financial institutions to act when they suspect financial exploitation of elderly or otherwise impaired investors. They discuss what this new legal framework looks like and what they require from financial professionals. They also share how financial professionals can recognize which investors have a diminished capacity to make important monetary decisions.
Kelly Brennan is an experienced JD offering 17 years of experience in investigations, regulation, regulatory relations, risk management, and compliance in the financial services industry.
Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law The Journal earned its circulation of approximately 95,000 by providing valuable insight on the latest legal trends and law practice management to firms of all sizes. In this episode of Thomson Reuters: Down the Hall with Practical Law, host Haile Arrindell talks to Meagan Crowley Hsu about what readers can expect to see in the current issue of Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law, The Journal: Litigation. They discuss the featured articles about trademark litigation and data security and delve into their favorite recurring sections that cover topics like ediscovery.
Meagan Crowley-Hsu is the deputy editor of Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law The Journal: Litigation.