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Alzheimer’s Testing Compliance

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), it is estimated that more than 5.5 million Americans may suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. Among other things, this means that diagnosing and treating seniors with Alzheimer’s disease presents a significant opportunity for neurologists, psychiatrists, geriatricians, and other health care providers to help...

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Why Should You Try to Prove “No Intent” in a False Claims Act Investigation or Other Federal Criminal Case?

In federal cases involving allegations of health care fraud and various other white-collar offenses, the difference between facing criminal charges and civil charges (or no charges at all) is often the element of criminal “intent.” If you are being targeted under a statute such as the False Claims Act that...

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Criminal ERISA Investigations Targeting Multiemployer Retirement Plans (MEPs)

As explained by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC), “[a] multiemployer plan is a collectively bargained plan maintained by more than one employer, usually within the same or related industries, and a labor union. These plans are often referred to as ‘Taft-Hartley plans.’” Multiemployer plans can often be cost-effective options...

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Criminal ERISA Enforcement Involving Pensions and 401(k) Plans

Employer-sponsored retirement plans are subject to the requirements of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (more-commonly known by its acronym, “ERISA”). While ERISA violations involving pensions and 401(k) plans have the potential to lead to civil litigation – including potential class action litigation – an even greater risk...

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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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What Can Turn a Lawyer into a Target?

Contact Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys at Oberheiden P.C. to Make Sure Your Law License and Your Freedom Are Protected When the FBI Investigates You Given the number of lawyers in the United States, criminal prosecutions of lawyers appear to be a statistical anomaly. Obviously, any lawyer can be charged just...

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Defending Against Claims of Employment Discrimination: What Employers Need to Know

Qualified Federal Employment Discrimination Lawyers Discrimination claims can lead to financial and reputational harm for employers; and, with the recent media coverage of several high-profile sexual harassment allegations, employers in all industries need to be prepared to take appropriate action at the first sign of a potential problem. While numerous...

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Do You Have Grounds to Sue? Understanding When Health Care Providers Should Take Legal Action Against Former Employees, Vendors, and Competitors

Knowledgeable Federal Attorneys for Health Care Litigation As a health care provider, you have enough to worry about without disgruntled former employees, vendors, and competitors interfering with your business or practice. From HIPAA compliance to avoiding mistakes under the Medicare billing regulations, avoiding legal issues is a constant struggle for...

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Termination of Disgruntled Employees

  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...

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How To Structure A Whistleblower Lawsuit

  Experienced Federal Whistleblower Lawsuit Lawyers Serving Clients Across the U.S. If you are considering becoming a whistleblower, you may be enticed by the promise of receiving a portion of the recovery from the government after the case is proven.  More, you may hope to alert the government to illegal...

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