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Termination of Disgruntled Employees

Categories: Employment Matters

How To Deal With Disgruntled Employees Upon Termination One of the biggest risks to any business is that a former employee either is or will become disgruntled and seek a way to lash out at the prior employer, either through threats, lawsuits, online defamation, false reports of discrimination or harassment, or false claims of illegal…

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What To Expect At Your Deposition

Categories: Litigation

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Skilled Federal Defense Attorneys Available For You In our experience, clients have one of two reactions to learning that they are going to be deposed as either a party or a witness to civil litigation. Either they are nervous and scared that they will ruin the case by answering the questions posed by the opposing…

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Experience Matters: How to Choose a Health Care Litigation Attorney

Categories: Health Care Law

Choosing Health Care Litigation Attorney

Whenever litigation arises that involves physicians or medical businesses, caution is in order. Many examples exist where inexperienced attorneys turned a civil health care litigation into a criminal investigation by the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Don’t let this happen to you. If you face the unfortunate situation that you have to defend your practice and your…

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Former DOJ Prosecutors Handling Health Care Litigation

Categories: Health Care Fraud

Health Care Litigation Attorney

At Oberheiden & McMurrey, LLP, former Department of Justice trial attorneys, former federal prosecutors, and sophisticated litigators offer physicians, business owners, executives, and entities such as pharmacies, toxicology labs, medical services distributors, and hospitals extensive litigation and courtroom experience. The former Assistant United States Attorneys of Oberheiden & McMurrey supply the litigation dominance and courtroom…

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