Kathy P. Josephson concentrates her practice on complex commercial litigation involving insurance and health care fraud and Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) matters. She also counsels insurers on best claims handling practices and litigation strategies designed to reduce exposure to internal and external fraud. Kathy has extensive experience in working with insurance companies across the country to identify fraudulent claim trends and the parties driving systemic fraudulent claims activity before they are made, as well as in formulating recovery strategies.
Kathy successfully represents insurers in several federal jury trials involving claims for fraud, conspiracy, RICO, unjust enrichment, and deceptive and unfair trade practices against providers. Kathy has earned default judgments and settlements in RICO, fraud and unjust enrichment claims around the country.
Kathy also represents clients in intellectual property matters.