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Legal Panel at the 2011 Ohio Joint Insurance Fraud Seminar
Michael was a panel member on the Legal Panel presentation at the 2011 Ohio Joint Insurance Fraud Seminar held in Columbus, Ohio on March 9, 2011. Michael gave an update on Robinson v. Bates, 112 Ohio St.3d 17, 2006-Ohio-6362 and Jaques v. Manton, 125 Ohio St.3d 342, 2010-Ohio-1838. He also spoke about what insurers should expect from their experts.

The seminar was jointly sponsored by the following:

Ohio Chapter - National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators;

National Insurance Crime Bureau

Ohio Chapter - International Association of Special Investigation Units;

Ohio Auto Theft Investigators Association; and

Ohio Department of Insurance - Fraud Division.