Presented by: Anti-Fraud Alliance, CDI, CDAA, and NICBREGISTER NOW
The Annual Anti-Fraud Conference is the most important gathering of insurance special investigation unit managers and personnel, state and federal fraud investigators, state and federal prosecutors, law enforcement, civil attorneys, private investigators, experts and others involved in the fight against fraud. The Conference kicks off with speeches and presentations by leaders from within the anti-fraud community including keynote speaker Dennis Jay of the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud. The Conference offers 25 two-hour training sessions taught by expert instructors covering a wide range of topics relevant to workers' compensation, ethics, auto, health, life and disability fraud including compounded drug scams, health care provider fraud, premium fraud, civil and criminal insurance fraud trials, auto body shop fraud, surveillance, asset seizure, capping schemes, cyber crimes, staged accidents, workers' compensation voucher fraud and many more: • Continuing education credit for SIU personnel, MCLE and POST at no additional cost • Two lunches and three networking receptions included with full Conference registration • Single day registration available • Two and half days of continuing education and networking at an extraordinarily low cost • Government and special Conference rates at the Monterey Hyatt Regency • Golf Tournament Five attendees from the same organization may register for the price of four
The Annual Anti-Fraud Conference is not open to the general public and registration for the Conference is subject to review and approval by the Conference. Attendance at the Conference is open to members in good standing with the Anti-Fraud Alliance, California District Attorneys Association, National Insurance Crime Bureau, the California Department of Insurance, or the Southern California Fraud Investigators Association; peace officers; prosecutors, investigators and agents employed by any state or the federal government; insurance company officers, directors, or managers with management responsibility over any state-mandated anti-fraud group, including Special Investigation Units; insurance company claims personnel, including integral anti-fraud personnel; private investigators who, as a major part of their duties, investigate insurance fraud on behalf of insurance companies; third party administrators handling claims on behalf of insurance companies or self-insured entities; employees of self-insured entities engaged who oversee or handle claims and are involved in anti-fraud activities; persons licensed to practice law by any state who, as a major part of their practice, provide legal services to insurance companies, third-party administrators or self-insured entities in connection with anti-fraud efforts; and all other persons approved by the Conference. The Conference specifically reserves the right to refuse to register any person who, in the opinion of the Conference, does not meet the criteria for attending the Conference. These restrictions are intended to encourage, promote and facilitate continuing education and networking opportunities for members of the anti-fraud community.