Next bi-monthly virtual 2021 training:

“LAW & DISORDER- SIU” – Ethics


Date: February 18, 2021 10:00 AM 

Presenter: Dave Stadolnik, Law Offices of David C. Stadolnik, LLC  

Registration link will be emailed to chapter members.

If you would like to become a chapter member & take advantage of free chapter training, visit our membership page

The practical application and potential legal consequences of the IASIU Code of ethics will be explored by following the wacky investigative shenanigans of fictional Investigator Babette Bavanaugh. Learn from Babette’s hilarious mis-steps how not to handle ethical challenges.


Attendees will:

  • Review the development of ethical theory and the practical and legal advantages of ethical conduct in SIU Investigations

  • Analyze the IASIU Code of Ethics in the context of real-world scenarios and,

  • Recognize breaches of the Code of Ethics as illustrated by Babette’s whacky antics while she blunders her way from one ethical disaster to the next



David C. Stadolnik, Esq. Law Offices of David C. Stadolnik, LLC Dave Stadolnik is an experienced litigation / SIU attorney whose practice includes all phases of investigation, discovery, motion practice, alternate dispute resolution, and litigation on behalf of insurance carriers in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.  Attorney Stadolnik has extensive experience in the areas of pre-suit investigations, motor vehicle tort cases, construction liability, commercial general liability, products liability, retail premises liability, wrongful death claims, and catastrophic injury. In addition, Attorney Stadolnik is experienced with investigating and litigating fraudulent insurance claims cases, including medical provider fraud, homeowner’s claims, vehicle and dwelling fire losses, theft losses, staged accidents and rental claims.

Attorney Stadolnik was first admitted to practice in 1987 and is admitted to practice in state and U.S. District Courts in Rhode Island and Massachusetts as well as the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Court of Military Appeals. He is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association (RIBA), the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA) Defense Counsel of Rhode Island (DCRI), New England Association of Insurance Fraud Investigators (NEAIFI), International Association of Special Investigations Units (IASIU), and the New England Chapter of International Association of Special Investigations Units (NEIASIU) and the International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI).  Attorney Stadolnik is a former member of the FBI Medical Care Provider Fraud Working Group and the CLM Insurance Fraud Committee.

A graduate of The College of the Holy Cross, Attorney Stadolnik earned his J.D. at the New England School of Law. He served as a Military Prosecutor with the U.S. Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG) in Newport, Rhode Island from 1987 until 1991.

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The New England Chapter of the International Association of Special Investigation Units is a non-profit organization made up of insurance industry fraud investigators, state and federal employees, law enforcement, fire, and other anti-fraud personnel from both the private and public sectors who are dedicated to fighting insurance fraud throughout New England.

We strive to provide the highest level of education and training to our members while promoting awareness of the insurance fraud problem here in the Northeast.  Through our relationship with our International parent organization (IASIU) we are able to offer industry recognized certification programs and continuing education credits for both these programs as well as some state mandated CEUs for adjusters.


We welcome you to learn more about our organization and join the fight against insurance fraud.

Feb 18th - “LAW & DISORDER - SIU” – Ethics course

Location: virtual

Registration link will be emailed to chapter members.

Sept 12th-15th - IASIU 2021 Annual Seminar & Expo

Location: Nashville, TN

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Location: The Westford Regency 219 Littleton Rd Westford, MA  01886

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*Free to International Members; all others $50 per course
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*Free to International Members; all others $50 per course


Jan 27, 2021 12:00 AM EST

As regulatory authorities around the world move to apply a range of standards to ensure that Financial Services sectors remains stable, and legislators continue to expand the rights of consumers online, Insurers should consider the impact for their operations.

What are the implications for Fraud Strategy, what changes are required to achieve 'stability' and what does good like when it comes to managing consumer information.

In this webinar our panel of experts will provide a briefing on:

- Key development in data privacy and data security and ways in which Insurance fraud detection processes will need to change
- Regulation and the move towards achieving `operational resilience` and what this means for Insurers-based compliance
- The relevance of Data Ethics and the cost/benefit for areas such as counter fraud

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