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Marshall Dennehey to Present Insurance Fraud Seminar

May 16, 2014

The Casualty Department of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin will hold a complimentary seminar, "Insurance Fraud 360," on Thursday, June 5, 2014, from 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the ACE Conference Center in Lafayette Hill. Designed for insurance fraud professionals, SIU investigators and claims professionals, the program will cover current topics in insurance fraud in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

Led by James H. Cole, chair of Marshall Dennehey's Fraud/Special Investigation and Property Litigation Practice Groups, the seminar will feature firm attorneys and other insurance fraud professionals discussing updates on SIU etiquette for attorney-client privilege; PIP, UIM and other first party coverage issues; property issues involving marring, matching and misrepresentation; and much more.

Ralph Burnham, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Prevention Authority, will open the program as a special guest speaker. Lunch will be provided prior to commencement of the speakers at 12:30 p.m. The day will close with a Q & A session and cocktail reception.

Registration is open through June 3rd  and may be completed online or contact Terre Montemuro at tamontemuro@mdwcg.com or 215.575.2719.

Affiliated Attorneys

James H. Cole
Co-Chair, Insurance Coverage/Bad Faith Litigation Practice Group
(215) 575-2635
jhcole@mdwcg.com
Jeffrey G. Rapattoni
Co-Chair, Fraud/Special Investigation Practice Group
(856) 414-6076
jgrapattoni@mdwcg.com
Brigid Q. Alford
Office Managing Attorney
(717) 651-3710
bqalford@mdwcg.com
Jennie Philip
Shareholder
(215) 575-2781
jjphilip@mdwcg.com
Edward J. Tuite
Shareholder
(610) 354-8483
ejtuite@mdwcg.com

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