DRI Nursing Home/ALF Litigation Seminar in Las Vegas

We invite you to join us in Las Vegas this September for the DRI Nursing Home/ALF Litigation Seminar! In addition to a fantastic location and unsurpassed business development opportunities, the2015 seminar offers cutting-edge presentations that address current “real world” issues. Attorneys in private practice, in-house counsel, claims specialists, providers, and other professionals involved in the defense
of claims against long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities, and other aging services providers across the country will not want to miss this preeminent seminar. Combining top-notch education and networking in an extraordinary city like Las Vegas makes the 2015 DRI Nursing Home/ALF Litigation Seminar a “must attend” event.

Be sure to stop by the GRG booth while your at this year’s conference! If you still need to register, please click here.

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