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Fraud Investigations: Lessons Learned from a Tragic Gas Pipeline Explosion

Lafayette Events Center

Meyers Nave invites you to attend a presentation by Principal Britt Strottman at the Anti-Fraud Alliance’s quarterly meeting on September 28 in Lafayette, CA.  Britt will discuss the numerous local, state and federal investigations that were involved in uncovering and prosecuting the causes of a catastrophic PG&E gas pipeline explosion and fire in the City of San Bruno in 2010 that killed eight people, injured 58 others, and destroyed or damaged 90 homes. The program is approved for two hours of continuing education credit for SIU personnel and MCLE for attorneys.

Serving as Special Counsel to the City of San Bruno for seven years, Britt was involved in a range of investigations with different processes and procedures – administrative proceedings before the California Public Utilities Commission, federal regulatory investigations and hearings before the National Transportation Safety Board, and state and criminal grand jury investigations and trials. Britt will explain the lessons learned and ultimate results of the investigations and prosecutions, as well as share information about utilizing the California Public Records Act as an investigatory tool.

Date: Thursday, September 28
Time: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Lafayette Events Center, 3780 Mt. Diablo Boulevard, Lafayette, CA
Registration: If you are not a member of the Anti-Fraud Alliance and would like to attend, please contact Stephanie Hill at shill@meyersnave.com or 916.556.1517.

About the Anti-Fraud Alliance: The AFA serves law enforcement, insurance SIU personnel, private investigators, prosecutors, and civil attorneys involved in investigating, handling and/or prosecuting civil and criminal actions involving suspected fraud or financial crimes.