Anne was, once again, selected as 2016 Super Lawyer in the field of Elder Law. She has been a Super Lawyer in Elder Law since 2010.
Anne was, once again, selected as a Top Attorney in the Elder Law category by Birmingham Magazine, April 2016.
Anne recently spoke at the University of Alabama Elder Law Conference on IRAs.
Anne was selected as Secretary of the Alabama State Bar Elder Law Section.
Anne was selected as a Top Attorney in Alabama by Business Alabama Magazine, May 2015.
Anne was, once again, selected as a Top Attorney in the Elder Law category by Birmingham Magazine, April 2015.
Anne Moses spoke at the UAB GEC Interprofessional Geriatric Education Conference on January 27, 2015 on “Protecting Grandma from the Seagulls”.
Anne Moses spoke at the Elder Law Seminar presented by The University of Alabama on February 27, 2015 on “Workers Compensation and Caregiver Agreements”.
Anne was nominated to serve on the Board of Directors for Positive Maturity, Inc. for the 2014-2017 term.
Anne recently appeared on “Biz Talk with Roy Williams” WAGG-610 to discuss estate and elder planning.
Jason has been named as President of the Cahaba River Networking Group (CRNG). He previously served as CRNG’s Vice President.
Anne was a Moderator of a Geriatric Issues Panel at the 2014 Alabama State Bar, Elder Law Section’s presentation of Hot Topics in Elder Law, Medicaid and Other Items on February 28, 2014.
Anne spoke at the University of Alabama School of Law’s Fundamentals of Will Drafting seminar on “Common Problems and Practical Solutions”on October 25, 2013.
Anne, Charlie, Jason and Jennifer spoke at Horton, Lee, Burnett, Grainger & Peacock, CPAs on Elder Law Planning and Business Issues on Friday, September 27, 2013.
Jason spoke at a CLE seminar on Resolving Legal and Financial Issues in Elder Care. He focused particularly on understanding Long-Term Care.
Anne spoke on Long Term Care Insurance and its Relationship to Medicaid, sponsered by Alabama Law Weekly.
Anne has been appointed as a Trustee of the SOS Foundation created by the Jefferson County Medical Society to provide scholarships for Samford University and University of Alabama at Birmingham for deserving Nursing and Pharmacy students.
Anne appeared on a panel at a meeting of The Women’s Network on Elder Care with Carol Steckel The Commissioner of the Alabama Medicaid Agency and J. Randolph Dabney, AIA, the Vice President, from The Daniel Corporation.