Breast Cancer Task Force Presents Free Cancer Rights Webinar Series

Breast Cancer Task Force Presents Free Cancer Rights Webinar Series

The ABA’s Breast Cancer Task Force is pleased to present a series of member benefit webinars focused on cancer rights. The task force trains attorneys across the country to advocate for breast cancer and other cancer patients. Please register at the links below for the following webinars.

Labor and Employment Issues Facing Cancer Patients

This webinar will address the labor and employment issues that a cancer patient may experience including the protections under the ADA and other prohibitions against discrimination and right to receive accommodations.  In addition, the webinar will address the Family Medical Leave Act and other employment laws that provide protection or otherwise impact a cancer patient.  Participants will learn how to advocate for cancer patients in the field of labor and employment law as well as the types of litigation under these laws.

Family Law and End of Life Decision Making Facing Cancer Patients

This webinar will cover family law issues that individuals in treatment for cancer may face and how to be a legal advocate for a cancer patient facing certain family law issues.  In addition, the webinar will also address end of life decision-making including advance directives, do not resuscitate orders, hospice decisions and related matters facing cancer patients.

Employee Benefits and Insurance Coverage Issues Facing Cancer Patients

This webinar will address how to be a legal advocate for a cancer patient and specifically, will include the areas of employee benefits, case management, and insurance appeals including, but not limited to, a discussion of insurance coverage issues and mandates, basics of employee benefit law as applicable to cancer patients and the impact of case management on cancer patients.

CLE is not being offered for these complimentary programs. Please contact Simeon Carson, Associate Director, at simeon.carson@americanbar.org with any questions or concerns.

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