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Wednesday, June 5 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Notice and hearing rights: What methods actually work in the digital age? LIMITED

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A common remedy in individual and impact cases is getting defendants, usually government agencies, to use proper and effective notices and hearing rights. But often the types of noticing we advocate for or defendants offer are the old-style paper and mail notices. This session would encourage advocates to think about the way our clients actually prefer to receive information, especially information critical to the support programs and other benefits they rely on for their health, economic stability, nutrition and housing needs.

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Dr. Gavin Huntley-Fenner

Principal Consultant, Huntley-Fenner Advisors, Inc
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Cori Racela

Senior Health Attorney, Western Center on Law & Poverty

Robert Newman

General Counsel, Western Center on Law & Poverty
Class actions and impact cases on behalf of low income individuals and families with regard to health care, public benefits, housing and employment

Wednesday June 5, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT