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Top 10 Celebrity Lawyers in the U.S.

One of the great things about earning a law degree is that it allows you to pursue a variety of different career paths. Even if you don't ultimately decide to practice law, going through the process of earning a law degree affords the opportunity to develop invaluable skills and insights...

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How Long Does it Take to Get a DEA License Number?

All healthcare providers and other entities in the U.S. that manufacture, compound, administer, or dispense prescription medications must register with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Under federal law, anyone who will dispense controlled substances needs a DEA registration. DEA licensing is mandatory, and working with prescription medications in any capacity...

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How Long Does a Medicaid Investigation Take?

Medicaid investigations present substantial risks for participating healthcare providers, health care facilities and nursing homes, medical supply companies, and pharmacies. Knowing what to expect during the process is critical—as this is the only way to develop and execute a targeted and timely defense strategy. One aspect of knowing what to...

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What Healthcare Providers Need to Know About the Anti-Kickback Statute

The federal Anti-Kickback Statute is one of the most important laws for healthcare providers in the United States. It is also one of the most misunderstood. The Anti-Kickback Statute prohibits the payment of compensation (or "remuneration") for referrals or other business that results in the receipt of federal funds. This...

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10 Key Facts About the Corporate Transparency Act 

The Corporate Transparency Act is a new federal law formed under the National Defense Authorization Act that establishes disclosure requirements for millions of companies in the United States and abroad. As the U.S. Treasury Department explained in a Press Release in late 2023, the Corporate Transparency Act, "requires many companies...

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Filing a Qui Tam Lawsuit: An Overview of the Process

The qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act allow private citizens to help the federal government hold government contractors, healthcare providers, and other entities accountable for fraud, waste, and abuse (FWA). By filing a qui tam lawsuit, private citizens can notify the government of FWA under federal contracts, grants,...

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Nevada Asset Protection Trusts: Everything You Need to Know About Keeping Your Assets as Secure as Possible

Individuals who have concerns about protecting their assets have several options available. Comprehensive asset protection strategies can employ a variety of different tools—including tools available in the United States and abroad. While all asset protection tools have their own unique sets of benefits and limitations, one of the best tools...

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IT Departments are Not the Same as Cybersecurity Experts

Cyberattacks are in the news seemingly on a daily basis, with major corporations constantly being subjected to ransomware attacks or data breaches. One factor in this situation is confusion among corporate decision-makers and stakeholders over what personnel they need if they want to adequately protect their company’s sensitive data from...

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How Outside Cybersecurity Experts Complement an In-House IT Department

If your company has an in-house IT department, do you also need to engage an outside cybersecurity expert (or team of outside cybersecurity experts)? Generally, the answer is “Yes.” In today’s world, cybersecurity risks are greater than ever before. Not only are attacks and intrusions becoming more common, but attackers...

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Overview of the Federal Whistleblower Process

As a prospective federal whistleblower, it is important to know what you can expect if you decide to move forward. There are several steps in the process of working with the government to uncover fraud, waste, abuse, or other misconduct—each of which requires thorough planning and informed decision-making. 10 Steps...

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