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Negative Corpus or Undetermined - Walking the Fine Line
Michael Jacobs was a co-presenter for this topic at the 2009 Ohio Joint Insurance Fraud Seminar, jointly sponsored by Ohio Chapter - National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators, Ohio Chapter - International Association of Special Investigation Units, National Insurance Crime Bureau, Ohio Department of Insurance - Fraud Division, and Ohio Auto Theft Investigators Association in March 2009 in Columbus, Ohio.

Mr. Jacobs discussed some of the legal precedent and implications of the controversial concept of negative corpus, proving the cause of a fire when direct physical evidence of the specific cause has been consumed by the fire.