Ignoring the narrow focus group model, a bunch of attorneys from across the country gathered last week in San Diego to discuss tax law, medical malpractice, consumer fraud, public benefits and insurance law, among other topics. While the symposium was wide-ranging it did have a unifying factor: the nature of the clientele served by the diverse group of practitioners — the elderly and their caregivers.

A large percentage of Americans fall into one of those two groups. With the leading edge of the baby-boom wave turning 55, both segments of the population are destined to grow rapidly in the years to come.

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