Wednesday, August 30th, 2017
As summer comes to an end and the kids head back to school it is a good time for us to also think about continuing our education. We are not talking about hitting the books and studying for exams. However, it’s not a bad idea to brush up on the law and inside industry info through continuing education courses. Goldstein Law Group offers a variety of seminars that you and your company can tap into. Our attorneys are certified instructors and our classes count as CE and CLE credits. If you have not seen one of GLG’s presentations then let us explain… these are not boring powerpoints. They are entertaining, compelling, and most important they are informative. Here is a sample of some of our recommended classes. However, if there is a topic that you want to learn more about just let us know. Plan your “school year” now. Call our office and arrange to have one of our attorneys do a presentation for your staff. When Civil Fraud and Criminal Fraud Worlds Collide Often times, your civil fraud case parallels a criminal investigation or prosecution, We will demonstrate and educate you on how you can achieve both civil and criminal prosecution success, using one of the largest fraud operations in Florida, as an example of how this all works. Are you Smarter than Your Trial Counsel? Bringing a Fraud Case to Trial Many insurance companies know how to investigate and detect insurance fraud. However, very few know how to assemble the evidence and how to bring an insurance fraud case to trial. We will show you how. Inside the Mad Mind of the Staged Accident Runner/Recruiter and Medical Clinic Ever wonder what the runners and recruiters are thinking? We traveled the nation and interviewed runners and recruiters as part of a massive fraud ring case. And now we will share their thoughts and how you can proactively identify and defeat staged accidents and kickback schemes. Weaving Straw Into Gold This presentation focuses on how doctors are selling or leasing their medical licenses to organized crime rings in order for the crime rings to open medical clinics, avoid detection and skirt state licensure requirements and criminal prosecution and penalties. Separate, But Equal…Understanding and Maximizing the Relationship Between the Department of Financial Services (f/k/a Division of Insurance Fraud) and Insurance Companies We will discuss the current and past relationships between the DFS and insurance companies. Learn how to maximize these relationships in order to provide DFS with the best opportunity for arrests and prosecutions. And in return, how the insurance company can obtain an optimal resolution of their investigation and/or civil recovery actions. How to Lose a Fraud Case Of course tongue in cheek, this program will provide step by step instructions on how to “build” a successful affirmative civil recovery action; the causes of action to consider; the potential anticipated defenses; the use of experts; the hurdles and roadblocks; jury instructions, verdict forms and the use of motions in Limine. Civil Recovery Process This is a presentation for investigators and members of the insurance community who wish they had a crystal ball in which to gaze and gain some foresight into what obstacles lay ahead of them before they invest time, resources and money into an investigation and action for civil recovery or the defense of fraudulent claims and cases.
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