Clinton Inn, Tenafly
Mental incapacity of a partner can be extremely costly for a business partnership – whether it be from the earliest stages of dementia, reluctance of older managers/partners to reduce their load as they become less able to handle their full responsibilities or from injuries due to accident. You may be shocked at how few rights you have if you suspect a problem. Michael Manna, Senior Partner of his firm* and a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Elder Law Committees for both the Bergen County Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association will be presenting items you should have in place before mental incapacitation issues become a problem.
This meeting is free and open to all but we ask that you register below if you MIGHT come so we can reserve an appropriate room. Light refreshments will be served.We will mail you 1 reminder Tuesday May 31. We will make no other use of your email. This information is used to reserve the correct-sized room. Thank you.
Michael A. Manna is a 1970 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Boston College (graduating 7th in his class) and a 1973 Cum Laude Graduate of Boston College Law School. After working in the tax department of the CPA firm of KPMG, Mr. Manna entered the private practice of law in 1975. Mr. Manna is the senior partner in his firm and is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts and is a member of the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. He is also a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Elder Law Committees for both the Bergen County Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Since 1975, Mr. Manna has had extensive experience as a lecturer on legal topics for various boards of education and educational institutions. He has presented mandatory continuing education classes for certified public accountants, certified life underwriters, certified financial planners, social workers, case managers, nursing home administrators and assisted living administrators. He has served on the faculty of the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Education, an organization dedicated to the education of attorneys. For four years, Mr. Manna was co-host of a legal call in show, “Mind Your Legal Manners”, on Juke Box Radio, 103.9 FM.