Julia B. Meister, partner in Taft's Litigation, Health & Life Sciences and Private Client groups and head of the firm's Cincinnati Fiduciary Litigation practice, will be a presenter at the Ohio State Bar Association’s live CLE “The Probate Omnibus Bill: HB 595.”
The program will be presented April 10 at the Ohio State Bar Association at 1700 Lake Shore Drive from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and broadcast to locations in Cleveland, Columbus, Fairfield and Perrysburg.
House Bill 595 (HB595) was passed December 13, 2018 and takes effect in March of 2019. The half-day program will cover a variety of noteworthy topics that passed as part of House Bill 595, also known as the Probate Omnibus Bill. Program attendees will have access to experts of the Probate Law Journal and will receive sample forms.
During the 11:30 am hour, Meister will address two topics:
- Attorney Client Privilege for Fiduciaries
- Medical Records
Meister chaired the Drafting Committee for two sections of the new law. For more information or to register, visit here.