2012 Keynote Sessions given by the Cincinnati Firm: Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Kirzner
The Keynote is our main Guest Speakers for the 2012 Autism Expo. This year we are very lucky to have the Cincinnati Firm, Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Kirzner as our Keynote Address. They will be covering the following information which will be broken down into three important areas. It is up to you if you would like to stay and watch the whole Keynote, or if you would like to come for the part that will benefit your family the most. The Keynote Address will be given in the main auditorium which seats over 500 people. As always, attending our guest speakers is FREE !
Keynote: AUTISM AND SOCIAL SECURITY
Main Lecture Hall: Starting Time: 11:00 a.m. -12:30p.m.
Presented by Ryan Kirzner, Esq.
Ryan Kirzner is a partner with the Cincinnati firm of Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Kirzner. His practice focuses on representing claimants seeking disability benefits from the Social Security Administration, from the point of application through all levels of the Social Security administrative process. He advocates for claimants seeking Supplemental Security Income, as well as those applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. Ryan regularly gives presentations on Social Security and other disability benefits to families, health care providers and lawyers
Keynote: AUTISM AND ESTATE PLANNING
Main Lecture Hall: Starting Time: 12:30 p.m. -2:00p.m.
Presented by Elliott Stapleton, Esq.
Elliott Stapleton, Esq. is a partner with Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Kirzner, Elliott Stapleton focuses on Estate Planning, Probate Administration, and Business law. Elliott helps families and small business owners protect what they earn, avoid unnecessary risk, and plan for the future. He regularly presents on Estate Planning topics and has worked with parents of special needs children throughout the Greater Cincinnati Area.
Keynote: AUTISM AND SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW
Main Lecture Hall: Starting Time: 2:00 p.m. -3:30p.m.
Presented by Tom Jacobs, Esq.
Tom Jacobs is a partner in the firm of Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Kirzner. Since 1999, his practice has focused on Education Law, particularly Special Education Law. Tom’s Special Education Law practice primarily involves representation of children with disabilities and their parents. He has also provided consultative and mediation services to schools and gives presentations concerning Special Education Law to parents, educators, health care providers and attorneys throughout the Greater Cincinnati Area. Although his practice includes litigation, Tom’s primary emphasis in Special Education Law is on resolution through collaboration and negotiation, rather than conflict.
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