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Insurance Fraud

The Insurance Fraud Committee will proactively: Identify, analyze and educate regarding emerging fraud schemes and tactics; monitor and report on developments in case law, state fraud statutes and applicable regulations; collaborate with other anti-fraud industry organizations and associations; seek to provide amicus support in matters of importance in the fight against insurance fraud; and, educate the CLM's membership regarding these efforts.




1/25/2022 From the desk of Jarred Dichek:
The CLM Insurance Fraud Committee has 2 Webinar opportunities available for one in July and one in October.  Webinars are 1 hour CE/CLE presentations which are offered to the entire CLM membership and guests.  It is a great opportunity to display your expertise in the insurance fraud industry and market yourself to a large audience.  The average attendance per webinar exceeds 200 attendees. 
The purpose of the CLM Webinar Series is to educate, inform, and inspire with topics that are current and exciting.  Any insurance fraud related topic will be considered.  CLM handles obtaining all the credits, but presenters must submit the required CE documents (Outline, CE Questions answered, and PowerPoint or Narrative) 90 days before the presentation date.  Each presentation will require 2-4 presenters who are registered with CLM and the panel must include 1 – 3 CLM Fellows (Industry professionals, in house counsel) and 1 – 2 CLM Members (outside counsel.)  Vendor Fellows will be required to sponsor to participate.  Only 1 person per company/firm may participate on a presentation. Presenters will not be on video. 
Please contact me at, or our committee specialist with your proposals as soon as possible, as the Webinar spots fill up quickly.
1/7/2022 Good morning, 

Thank you for those who could attend today's call! Our Insurance Fraud committee meetings will be moved to the third Thursday of each month at 1:00 pm ET, starting on Thursday, February 17th. The calendar invite will be updated to reflect the new schedule. 

If you have any questions, please reach out to Thanks!
1/6/2022 Hello, 

The Insurance Fraud Committee conference call is scheduled for tomorrow, Friday,January 7th at 11:00 am ET. Call-in details have been emailed to committee members. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Thanks!
12/2/2021 Hello, 

The Insurance Fraud Committee conference call is scheduled for tomorrow, Friday, Dec. 3rd at 11:00 am ET. Call-in details have been emailed to committee members. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Thanks!
11/10/2021 Hello,
We are currently looking for co-authors and topics for CLM Magazine for 2022. Right now, we are open to any and all topic ideas for articles that our members would like to write about, and are currently working on a Telehealth-related article for the upcoming issue.
Please see the requirements below:
CLM Magazine: Insurance Fraud Committee Column
Mission Statement:
CLM’s Insurance Fraud Committee’s quarterly column in CLM Magazine should seek to provide relevant topics, practical skills, and innovative strategies for handling fraud claims and associated litigation for the CLM readership (claims, risk, and litigation professionals). Each column should demonstrate the expertise and opinions of the authors in a way that helps educate and inform like-minded professionals on how they can do their jobs better.
  • Columns should be between 900-1,100 words long and single-spaced in Word. No footnotes/end notes, and case citations should be limited to just the case name.
  • Each column should contain a suggested headline as well as a byline for the author. An example of an acceptable byline includes:
    • Matthew J. Smith is founder and president of the CLM member firm of Smith, Rolfes & Skavdahl Co., LPA. He can be reached at
  • All columns should be co-written by one CLM member (outside counsel) and one CLM fellow (industry/vendor rep), and a high-resolution headshot must be included for both.
  • Both authors must be a current Fellow or Member of CLM.
Each column should be delivered 4-6 weeks in advance of the issue month. Suggested deadlines include:
January Print Issue: Due November 19, 2021  
April Print Issue: Due February 25, 2022  
July Print Issue: Due May 27, 2022  
October Print Issue: Due August 26, 2022  
Questions? Concerns?
Please contact the IFC Publications subcommittee co-chairs:
Vince Gerbino -
Diane Barnes-Reynolds -
You may also email CLM Magazine Executive Editor Eric Gilkey at