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Conference | Financial Fraud and the Elderly

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Published on Mar 7, 2012

On February 11th, 2012 Stanford's Center for Law and the Biosciences co-sponsored the conference, "Law and Policy of the Developing Brain: Neuroscience from Womb to Death." Doug Shadel, AARP, Seattle and Stephen Vernon, Gilfix and La Poll Associates LLP both participated in the panel, "Financial Fraud and the Elderly."

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  1. 1

    CLB: Brains on Trial Panel Discussion with Alan Alda

  2. 2

    De-Extinction: Ethics, Law & Politics | Welcome and Introduction/Science

  3. 3

    De-Extinction: Ethics, Law & Politics | Environmental Law and Related Issues

  4. 4

    De-Extinction: Ethics, Law & Politics | De-Extinction and Conservation Biology

  5. 5

    De-Extinction: Ethics, Law & Politics | Lunch with Stewart Brand

  6. 6

    De-Extinction: Ethics, Law & Politics | Other Legal Issues

  7. 7

    De-Extinction: Ethics, Law & Politics | Justice, Hubris, and Moral Issues

  8. 8

    CLB | The Center for Law and the Biosciences presents Ryan Calo

  9. 9

    CLB | Dr. John Ioannidis on The Reliability of Biomedical Evidence and How to Improve It

  10. 10

    Developing Psychedelics & Marijuana into Prescription Meds: Cutting-Edge Research & Legal Challenges

  11. 11

    Center for Law and the Biosciences | The FDA, Off Label Use, and the First Amendment

  12. 12

    Center for Law and the Biosciences | Sports, Head Trauma, and Neuroscience

  13. 13

    CLB Symposium | The Science - Now and in the Near Future

  14. 14

    CLB Symposium | Corporate Perspectives

  15. 15

    CLB Symposium | Medical Realities

  16. 16

    CLB Symposium | European Perspectives

  17. 17

    CLB Symposium | Social Issues

  18. 18

    CLB Symposium | Legal and Regulatory

  19. 19

    CLB Symposium | Beyond this Horizon

  20. 20

    CLB Symposium | Discussion - Best Practices

  21. 21

    Symposium | Introduction/The History of the Creation-Science Movement and Legal Controversies

  22. 22

    Symposium | Why Does the Debate Matter?

  23. 23

    Symposium | Edward's Constitutional Legacy

  24. 24

    Discussion | Jack Gallant on fMRI-enabled mind-reading

  25. 25

    Conference | Predicting Alzheimer Disease -- The Science and its Implications

  26. 26

    Conference | Neuroscience, Aging, and Decision-making

  27. 27

    Conference | Lunchtime Talk with Laura Carstensen (Stanford Center on Longevity)

  28. Conference | Financial Fraud and the Elderly

  29. 29

    Conference | Introduction to the Aging Population

  30. 30

    Discussion | CLB Speaker Series: David Relman on Avian Flu

  31. 31

    Law and Memory Conference: Audience Q&A

  32. 32

    Law and Memory Conference: Creating Lasting Memories -- James McGaugh

  33. 33

    Law and Memory Conference: Cognitive Neuroscience of Emotional Memory - Kevin LaBar

  34. 34

    Law and Memory Conference: Introduction to the Science of Memory - Anthony Wagner

  35. 35

    Stanford Law and Memory Conference- Reconsolidation in Human Memory - Almut Hupbach

  36. 36

    Discussion | Members of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues

  37. 37

    Center for Law and the Biosciences | Sean Mackey on Detecting Pain

  38. 38

    IP Law and the Biosciences | Patentable Subject Matter

  39. 39

    IP Law and the Biosciences | Indefiniteness and Functional Claiming

  40. 40

    IP Law and the Biosciences | Luncheon Keynote

  41. 41

    IP Law and the Biosciences | FTC/Actavis

  42. 42

    IP Law and the Biosciences | Patent Litigation in the Biosciences: A View from the Bench

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