Attorney Profile

Frank P. Tiscione

Associate

Frank P. Tiscione focuses on insurance fraud and commercial litigation with an emphasis on prosecuting fraud in the healthcare and automobile industries.

An Associate in Rivkin Radler’s Commercial Litigation and  Insurance Fraud Practice Groups, Frank has successfully prosecuted affirmative actions on behalf of national and regional clients in federal and state courts, resulting in the recovery of significant claim payments made by insurers to physicians, medical clinics, and others involved in systemic claims fraud and kickback schemes.

Frank also defends insurers in litigation challenging claims handling practices. In addition, he counsels property, automobile and healthcare insurers on fraud prevention, presents training seminars, and works with investigators to keep them up to date on legal developments.

Frank has been elected to the We Care Advisory Board of the Nassau County Bar Association and its charitable arm, The We Care Fund.  He also serves as General Counsel to the Long Island Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and is appointed to the LIACFE Speaker’s Committee and Community Affairs/Fraud Detection Committee. Frank is also appointed to the Laws and Legislation Committee of the International Association of Special Investigations Units which influences public policy related to anti-fraud legislation.  Frank serves on the Insurance Fraud Committee of the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance and assists with their Committee Conference and Publication Subcommittees. He is an active member of the New York State Chapter of the Special Investigation Units and Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

A member of the American Bar Association, Frank was appointed Vice Chair of the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section’s Business Litigation Committee and serves as editor of the Business Litigation Committee newsletter.  He is also an active member of its Young Lawyer’s Division and was appointed to the Outreach for Young Lawyers Task Force.

Frank is active in Rivkin Radler’s in-house pro bono program, which provides legal assistance to disadvantaged tenants in housing disputes, and in the firm’s mentoring program, where he provides support and guidance for local elementary schoolchildren.

Frank has written publications including: “Recent Developments in Business Litigation,” 51 Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Journal 1 (2016); The Wrath of Hurricane Katrina Affects Law Students,” The Nassau Lawyer, Vol. 55 No. 3 (2005); “College Athletics and Workers’ Compensation: Why the Courts Get It Wrong in Denying Student-Athletes Workers’ Compensation Benefits When They Get Injured,” 14 Sports Law. J. 137 (2007); “Recent Developments in Business Litigation,” 48 Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Journal 1 (2012); and “Recent Developments in Business Litigation,” 49 Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Journal 1 (2014). He also authored an article regarding recent developments under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”), 51 Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Journal (2016).

While at Tulane Law School, Frank served as managing editor of the Sports Lawyers Journal and as chairman of the Tulane Sports Law Society. Frank was awarded Mediation and Arbitration certificates in recognition of his academic achievements in both fields.

During law school, Frank interned for New York State Supreme Court Justice Joseph Spinola.

P: (516) 357-3315
F: (516) 357-3333

926 RXR Plaza
Uniondale, NY 11556-0926

Bar Admission

New York

Bar Affiliations

American Bar Association

Nassau County Bar Association

New York State Bar Association

Education

Tulane Law School, Juris Doctor

University of Massachusetts-Amherst, B.A., magna cum laude

Frank P. Tiscione

Associate

Frank P. Tiscione focuses on insurance fraud and commercial litigation with an emphasis on prosecuting fraud in the healthcare and automobile industries.

An Associate in Rivkin Radler’s Commercial Litigation and  Insurance Fraud Practice Groups, Frank has successfully prosecuted affirmative actions on behalf of national and regional clients in federal and state courts, resulting in the recovery of significant claim payments made by insurers to physicians, medical clinics, and others involved in systemic claims fraud and kickback schemes.

Frank also defends insurers in litigation challenging claims handling practices. In addition, he counsels property, automobile and healthcare insurers on fraud prevention, presents training seminars, and works with investigators to keep them up to date on legal developments.

Frank has been elected to the We Care Advisory Board of the Nassau County Bar Association and its charitable arm, The We Care Fund.  He also serves as General Counsel to the Long Island Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and is appointed to the LIACFE Speaker’s Committee and Community Affairs/Fraud Detection Committee. Frank is also appointed to the Laws and Legislation Committee of the International Association of Special Investigations Units which influences public policy related to anti-fraud legislation.  Frank serves on the Insurance Fraud Committee of the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance and assists with their Committee Conference and Publication Subcommittees. He is an active member of the New York State Chapter of the Special Investigation Units and Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

A member of the American Bar Association, Frank was appointed Vice Chair of the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section’s Business Litigation Committee and serves as editor of the Business Litigation Committee newsletter.  He is also an active member of its Young Lawyer’s Division and was appointed to the Outreach for Young Lawyers Task Force.

Frank is active in Rivkin Radler’s in-house pro bono program, which provides legal assistance to disadvantaged tenants in housing disputes, and in the firm’s mentoring program, where he provides support and guidance for local elementary schoolchildren.

Frank has written publications including: “Recent Developments in Business Litigation,” 51 Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Journal 1 (2016); The Wrath of Hurricane Katrina Affects Law Students,” The Nassau Lawyer, Vol. 55 No. 3 (2005); “College Athletics and Workers’ Compensation: Why the Courts Get It Wrong in Denying Student-Athletes Workers’ Compensation Benefits When They Get Injured,” 14 Sports Law. J. 137 (2007); “Recent Developments in Business Litigation,” 48 Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Journal 1 (2012); and “Recent Developments in Business Litigation,” 49 Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Journal 1 (2014). He also authored an article regarding recent developments under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”), 51 Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Journal (2016).

While at Tulane Law School, Frank served as managing editor of the Sports Lawyers Journal and as chairman of the Tulane Sports Law Society. Frank was awarded Mediation and Arbitration certificates in recognition of his academic achievements in both fields.

During law school, Frank interned for New York State Supreme Court Justice Joseph Spinola.

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