Adam Walters presents "Wills, Trusts and Estates: Key Topics for 2023" at Savannah Bar Association Hot Topics Seminar
On January 20, 2023, Adam Walters taught a CLE entitled "Wills, Trusts and Estates: Key Topics for 2023" at the Savannah Bar Association's 2023 Hot Topics CLE. His CLE included a discussion of recent legislation and case law, as well best practices for drafting Wills and war stories from probate litigation.
The American Health Law Association announced its Presidential Appointments today. For the 4th year in a row, Adam Walters will serve as a vice-chair of the Physician Organizations Practice Group. For the last three (3) years, Adam has served as vice-chair focusing on publications. In his 4th year, he will focus on educational programing.
The Physician Organizations Practice Group has over 2,000 members from the legal community and produces educational content and legal resources on legal topics matters relating to physician practices, telemedicine, clinical laboratories, ambulatory surgery centers and other matters important to physicians.
In the past, Adam Walters has authored or co-authored AHLA publications on the Medicare physician fee schedule, physician owned laboratories, and the opioid crisis.
Adam Walters Co-authors Feature Article in February 2022 American Health Law Association's Connection Magazine
Adam Walters co-authored "Legal Issues with Physician Office Laboratories" which was published as the feature article in AHLA's February 2022 Health Law Connections magazine. The article discussed the legal issues, e.g. fraud and abuse, licensing, and medical necessity associated with Physician Office Laboratories.
For questions regarding POLs, please contact Adam Walters.
Adam Walters will be speaking at the AHLA Hospital and Physicians Law Institute in New Orleans on telemedicine law changes during the pandemic.
Adam Walters published in G2 Intelligence's Laboratory Compliance Advisor on Pharmacogentics Compliance Traps.
Adam Walters article "Three Common PGx Compliance Traps for Laboratories to Avoid" was published in G2 Intelligence's recent Laboratory Compliance Advisor. The article discusses medical necessity, billing, and sales issues in pharmacogenetics testing.
Adam Walters has been asked to teach a 2 hour course on the Georgia probate process by NBI, Inc., a leader in professional continuing education. The seminar will be held on November 1, 2021 and count as CLE credit for Georgia lawyers and CE credit for Georgia CPAs. Topics will include executor duties, tips in reviewing estate planning documents, and filing procedures.
Adam Walters to Teach on Updates to Georgia's Wills, Trusts, and Estates Laws at the Savannah Bar Association's 2021 Hot Topics CLE Seminar
On January 29, 2021, the Savannah Bar Association will put on its annual Hot Topics Continuing Legal Education Seminar. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's event will be virtual.
Adam Walters will be speaking on Wills, Trust, and Estates: Key Developments in the Year of COVID and Predictions. This session will focus on legislative updates to Title 53 of the Official Code of Georgia, noteworthy cases, and possible revisions to the Federal Estate & Gift Tax.
Adam Walters will be teaching 3 two-hour courses on estate administration through the National Business Institute in November that will cover all topics in the probate of an estate.
Adam Walters selected to serve additional one-year term as Vice Chair - Publications for the Physician Organizations Practice Group of the American Health Law Association
Adam Walters was selected to serve another one year term as Vice Chair - Publications for the Physician Organizations Practice Group of the American Health Law Association.
On March 9, 2020, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed an Executive Order which allows Attorneys and their supervised staff to remotely witness and notarize estate planning documents, including trust, wills, and powers of attorney. In order to conduct remote signing, the following requirements must be met:
Walters Law is equipped to conduct remote estate planning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact us for your estate planning needs.