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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
May 23, 2023
Kelly Corder, APR, CPRC
Virtual Roundtable on Protecting Seniors from Exploitation and Scams
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –– The Elder Law Section of The Florida Bar, in collaboration with
prominent experts in elder law and neuroscience and the Attorney General’s Office, will host a
virtual roundtable on Thursday, May 25 at 1 pm ET to discuss the state’s accomplishments,
ongoing initiatives, and resources aimed at protecting seniors from exploitation. The roundtable
aims to educate Floridians about ongoing research into exploitation, available tools in
safeguarding seniors, and a discussion about ways to ensure a safe and vibrant home for
Florida’s aging population.
The virtual roundtable will be conducted via Zoom Webinar. Attendees can access the webinar
by registering through this Link .
Key participants for the roundtable include:
● Attorney General Ashley Moody: Attorney General Moody will provide insights on the
state’s initiatives, objectives, and progress related to elder law issues and exploitation
prevention through a prerecorded video.
● Dr. Nathan Spreng: Director of the Laboratory of Brain and Cognition and Professor in
the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University. Dr. Spreng will
discuss studies of the aging brain and the development of tools to prevent exploitation.
● Attorney Shannon Miller: Representative from the Elder Law Section of The Florida Bar.
Miller will provide expertise on the legal aspects of protecting seniors from scams and
The roundtable will be moderated by David Brancaccio, Host of Marketplace Morning Report at
Marketplace Business News, who will facilitate the discussion and pose questions to the
Media representatives and other attendees are invited to participate in the virtual roundtable and
submit questions through the Zoom Webinar Q&A feature. Please include your name and media
outlet, if applicable, when submitting questions.
Attorney General Ashley Moody (prerecorded)
Attorney Shannon Miller of The Miller Elder Law Firm, Vice-Chair, The Elder Law Section of The
Dr. Nathan Spreng, Director of the Laboratory of Brain and Cognition and Professor in the
Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University
David Brancaccio, Host of Marketplace Morning Report at Marketplace Business News
May 25, 2023, at 1 pm ET
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