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Hull & Hull TV: Episode Fifty-Two

On Episode Fifty-Two of Hull & Hull TV, founding partner Ian Hull and managing partner Suzana Popovic-Montag of Hull & Hull LLP, discuss discuss the question of misdiagnosis of capacity with Laura Tamblyn Watts, senior fellow for the Canadian Centre for Elder Law.

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  • Hull & Hull TV: Episode Fifty-Two

    On Episode Fifty-Two of Hull & Hull TV, founding partner Ian Hull and managing partner Suzana Popovic-Montag of Hull & Hull LLP, discuss discuss the question of misdiagnosis of capacity with Laura Tamblyn Watts, senior fellow for the Canadian Centre for Elder Law.

  • Hull & Hull TV: Episode Fifty-One

    On Episode Fifty-One of Hull & Hull TV, founding partner Ian Hull and managing partner Suzana Popovic-Montag of Hull & Hull LLP, discuss aging and mental capacity with Laura Tamblyn Watts, senior fellow for the Canadian Centre for Elder Law.

  • Hull & Hull TV: Episode Fifty

    On Episode Fifty of Hull & Hull TV, founding partner Ian Hull and managing partner Suzana Popovic-Montag of Hull & Hull LLP, discuss the concept of fiduciary with the firm's counsel David Freedman.

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  • Hull & Hull TV: Episode Forty-Eight

    On Episode Forty-Eight of Hull & Hull TV, founding partner Ian Hull and managing partner Suzana Popovic-Montag of Hull & Hull LLP, discuss estate accounting issues with the firm's counsel David Freedman.

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  • Hull & Hull TV: Episode Forty-One

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