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6 Ways to Protect Yourself After Receiving a Federal Grand Jury Subpoena

Upon being served with a federal grand jury subpoena, the process of protecting yourself begins immediately. Whether you are being targeted in the government’s investigation or you are currently being treated as a witness (or, as is often the case, you have no idea), the risks of inaction are substantial,...

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Fraud Under ERISA: Fighting Criminal Charges Against Business Owners, Plan Managers, Trustees, and Other Individuals

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (more-commonly known by its acronym, “ERISA”) is a federal statute that imposes affirmative obligations and other requirements in relation to the management of employer-sponsored retirement and benefit plans. ERISA exists in order to protect plan participants’ retirement savings and other accumulated benefits,...

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How Can You Convince the Federal Government that You Did Not Have Criminal “Intent”?

Whether you are currently the subject of a federal investigation or you have been indicted on federal criminal charges, a key component of your defense strategy is likely to focus on challenging the government’s evidence of criminal “intent.” If you are under investigation, you want to keep the investigation civil...

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10 Types of Information Sought in Federal Grand Jury Subpoenas

The U.S. Attorney’s Office has broad authority to compel testimony and the production of records through the issuance of federal grand jury subpoenas. Federal grand jury subpoenas ad testifacandum (requiring testimony) and federal grand jury subpoenas duces tecum (requiring document production) can be extraordinarily broad, and they generally are not...

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What Types of Evidence Can the Federal Government Use to Prove Criminal Intent?

In federal criminal cases, the government has the burden of proving the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. There is only one way to do this: In order to obtain a conviction, the government must present enough convincing and admissible evidence to leave the judge or jury with no choice...

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What Should I Do When HHS or OIG Agents Show Up at My Door to Interview Me?

Federal Defense Attorneys Experienced in HHS and OIG Investigations It’s evening. You just got home from work, and you are getting ready to sit down for dinner with your family. But, unexpectedly, you hear a knock at the door, and when you answer it you see two federal agents holding...

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OWCP Compliance – Billing Codes, Guidelines and Instructions

OWCP Compliance – How Should I Bill OWCP Healthcare Claims? Expert OWCP Compliance Consultants and DOL Attorneys Are Available to Help Your Federal Workers Comp Clinic Did You Know that Just 10 Incorrect OWCP Billing Claims to DOL Can Result in $ 100,000 and More in Liability? Business owners of federal workers compensation...

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What Should I Do in a CGX Investigation?

Oberheiden P.C. Has Defended Business Owners Across the United States Including Miami, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, New York, Newark/NJ, Philadelphia, Detroit, San Diego, Ohio, New Orleans, Pacific North West The FBI currently investigates business owners of laboratories, billing companies, distributorships, lead generators, and telemedicine companies for alleged Medicare Fraud in...

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Federal CGX and PGX Investigations

Oberheiden P.C. Represents Laboratories, Distributors, and Business Owners in CGX and PGX Investigations Nationwide Are you worried about current PGX and CGX investigations? Did one of your former business partners get raided or indicted? Did the FBI or agents from the Office of Inspector General (OIG) stop by to interview...

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OIG and OPR Investigations: Get a Federal Lawyer!

Call Dr. Nick Oberheiden Before You Speak to an FBI, OIG, or OPR Investigator Dr. Nick Oberheiden routinely represents federal employees and individuals with special security access in administrative, disciplinary, and criminal investigations. Among his former clients are Assistant United States Attorneys, Special Agents from the DEA, OIG, IRS, members...

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