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St. Louis Partner Kathy Sherby will participate Sept. 29 on a panel at the Missouri Bar’s 2nd Annual Estate, Trust and Elder Law Institute in St. Louis. The event will feature breakout sessions and plenary sessions on a variety of topics, including public benefits, preparing and briefing for a Medicaid fair hearing, new and proposed federal statutory and regulatory changes, recent developments on estate planning, and interpretation and drafting of discretionary clauses.

Sherby’s panel, presented at a plenary session, entitled “The Ethical Alligators When Fiduciary Relationships are Involved: How to Avoid Being Bit by One,” will discuss ethical pitfalls in representing fiduciaries.

At Bryan Cave, Sherby’s practice involves representation of private individuals in all aspects of wealth transfer planning. She has represented both trustees and beneficiaries on a wide variety of fiduciary issues and has advised trustees over the years as to their fiduciary duties in administering trusts. An active participant in the estate planning bar, Sherby is a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and is currently president and a regent of the college. She has served as chair of the Employee Benefits in Estate Planning Committee and as Missouri state chair. Sherby is a well-known national lecturer on all of these topics at significant national conferences.

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