Fraud Symposium

Fraud Symposium
This seminar is designed for prosecutors, investigators, and paralegals of all experience levels working in the real estate and insurance fraud arenas. In addition to general sessions, three tracks will be offered focusing on real estate fraud, auto insurance fraud, and workers’ compensation insurance fraud.

Date & Location

October 7-10, 2019
Hyatt Regency Newport Beach

Technical Advisors

Scott Tsui, Assistant District Attorney, Santa Clara County
Valerie Tanney, Deputy District Attorney, San Diego County

Topics

Documentary Evidence, Special Masters Search Warrants, Navigating Digital Evidence, Brady

Auto Fraud Track: Fundamental of Auto Fraud, Anatomy of a SIU Claim File, Staged Auto Fraud, EDRs and Vehicle Forensics, Charging Options & Considerations in Auto Fraud, Staged Collision, Black Box, License Plate Readers, Auto Arson Overview & Case Study

Workers' Comp & Health Care Fraud Track:  Fundamentals of Applicant Fraud, Applicant Case Study, Intro to Disability Health Care Fraud, Disability Case Study, Introduction to Provider Fraud Case Study, Workers Comp Case Study, Workers Comp & Supplemental Job Displacement, Provider Case Study and Qualified Medical Exams, Introduction to Premium Fraud, Premium Fraud Case Study, Mechanics of Premium Fraud

Real Estate Fraud Track: Understanding Real Estate Transaction Process, Real Estate Theory of Liability for Prosecutors & Investigators, Elder Financial Fraud, Voiding Title, Sovereign Citizens, Receivers, Receiver Panel, Collateral Consequences of Real Estate: Consequences Transfer of Property, Appraising 186.11 Reassessments / Tax Collectors, Securities Fraud 

This course is certified for 20 hours of MCLE credit and 1 hour of MCLE Ethics credit. This seminar will also be POST certified, final hours to be determined.

Click HERE for agenda.

MCLE Credit

This training is certified for 19.25 hours of MCLE credit and 1 hour MCLE Ethics. (Actual credit will depend upon the final agenda.)
This training is certified for 22.75 hours of POST credit. (Actual credit will depend upon the final agenda.)

Location

SPECIAL RATE ROOMS ARE SOLD OUT !
Please use the link below to book your room at the current prevailing rate. 


The Hyatt Regency Newport Beach is one of the top-rated hotels in Orange County. CDAA has secured a room block at the special rate of $145 single/double occupancy for Symposium attendees. The daily resort fee is reduced to the special CDAA rate of $10 per dayTo secure the special rate, you must make reservations by September 9, 2019. It is recommended that you make reservations early, however, as the room block may sell out before that deadline. Click the following link to make reservations online: 

https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/NEWPO/G-CDAF 
  
Seminar registrants with hotel reservation-related questions, should call (888) 421-1442 and reference the "2019 Fraud Symposium."

Parking

Overnight self-parking reduced to $10 per day.

Tuition

CDAA Member Rate
$449 Early rate if registered by July 31, 2019
$499 Regular rate if registered by September 9, 2019
$549 Late registration rate if registered after September 9, 2019

Non-Member Rate
$549 Early rate if registered by July 31, 2019
$599 Regular rate if registered by September 9, 2019
$649 Late registration rate if registered after September 9, 2019

All registrants should note that cancellations must be received in writing by September 23, 2019 to avoid the $75 cancellation fee.

Please see CDAA’s Cancellation Policies and General Registration Information by clicking HERE

Scholarships 

There are no scholarships available.

CDAA Contact

Mersadez Hogan, Training Consultant,  mhogan@cdaa.org
When
10/7/2019 12:00 PM - 10/10/2019 12:00 PM
Where
Hyatt Regency Newport Beach 1107 Jamboree Road Newport Beach 92660
 

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