Steven Mignogna Presented at the 37th Annual Duke University Estate Planning Conference

Mr. Mignogna’s presentation discussed how professionals depend on technology in their practices while often taking it for granted. He also addressed how they can avoid ethical breaches and malpractice claims as technological advances affect services and communications with clients, colleagues and the public. This program illustrated how trust and estate professionals may navigate through the increasingly complex ethical minefields created by these developments.

This two day conference, took place October 15-16, 2015, and consisted of a series of lecture sessions designed to: examine current developments in the estate and gift tax field; strengthen the practitioner’s knowledge and application of estate planning techniques to a multitude of diverse and complex problems; and provide a forum for the discussion of important estate planning problems and their solutions. Sessions were led by conference faculty members comprised of estate practitioners and legal scholars.

For more information about the conference, visit: https://sites.duke.edu/depc/

Mr. Mignogna, a resident of Voorhees, focuses his practice on commercial litigation, with a concentration on probate matters, estates, fiduciaries, guardianships and real estate.  He has lectured and published extensively both locally and nationally. Mr. Mignogna is principal author of the treatise, Estate and Trust Litigation, and editor and contributing author of The New Jersey Estate Planning Manual and The New Jersey Probate Procedures Book, all published by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education.

For a recording of the seminar, visit: http://law.capture.duke.edu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=b6305d6d-317e-4077-a400-dbae39897e7d