Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Winter 2017, Volume 23, Issue 1
- A Day in the Life of a Solo Practitioner: Let Technology and Mobility be Your Friend
- Coach's Corner Public Speaking Jitters? You Are Losing Business Development Opportunities.
- Competing for Clientele as a Small Firm
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2016-2017
- How Mediators Have Become the Gatekeepers for Referrals and Why Solo Practitioners Should Pay Attention
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter From the Editor
- Solo But Not Alone
- Table of Contents
- the Practitioner For Solo & Small Firms
- Yelped ̶ What Is the Best Response to Negative Online Reviews
- MCLE Article: the California End of Life Option Act (Abx2-15)
MCLE Article: The California End of Life Option Act (ABX2-15)
By Lisa Klinger, J.D.
Lisa Klinger has been an attorney since 1984 (University of Southern California) and has always specialized in employee benefits and employment law, focusing since 2010 on the Affordable Care Act. She helps employers and their advisors understand what ACA and its regulations require. Since 2013 Lisa has been a volunteer with Compassion and Choices, and in 2016 has done many presentations on the California End of Life Option Act.
(Check the end of this Article for information about how to access 1.0 self-study bias credits.)
Effective June 9, 2015, California became the fifth state1 to allow medical aid in dying through the signing of the California End of Life Option Act ("EOLO Act" or "Act") that was codified in California Health and Safety § 443, et seq., which allows a California licensed physician to prescribe aid-in-dying medication to adults who meet certain qualifications.