Ellen G. Makofsky discusses the denial of DNR damages and Judith B. Raskin discusses a recent case (page 18 and 19 Elder Law Section Summer 2009)
Ellen G. Makofsky discusses how new legislation expands surrogate health care decision making and Judith B. Raskin discusses a recent case (page 6 and 14 Elder Law Section Winter 2008)
Ellen G. Makofskydiscusses proposed living will legislation and Judith B. Raskin discusses a recent case (page 26 and 27 Elder Law Section Summer 2008)
Message from the Chair, Ellen G. Makofsky, NYSBA Elder Law Attorney (Elder Law Section Winter 2007)
Pro Bono News, Ellen G. Makofsky Develops New Project. NYSBA Association Section Creates Pro Bono Senior Clinic Project (Elder Law Section Summer/Fall 2007)
Ellen G. Makofsky, message as chair of NYBSA Elder Law Section about a Proposal for Living Will Legislation (Elder Law Section Spring 2007)
Ellen G. Makofsky, State Bar News The Elder Law Section is the Place to Be! (Elder Law Section Fall 2006)
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