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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 healthcare 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 includes...

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

Knowledgeable Federal Attorneys for Healthcare Litigation As a healthcare 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 physicians, pharmacists,...

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When is it Time to Litigate? 10 Common Causes of Action in Business Litigation

Even in the most contentious of business disputes, the first step is typically to seek an informal resolution. In most cases, it will be in both parties’ best interests to avoid the burdens of litigation; and, with level heads, open minds, and sound legal advice, oftentimes disputing parties can find...

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Defending Toxicology Labs In OIG-Investigations: Choosing The Right Lawyer

Federal-Lawyer.com 888-680-1745 Call Us on Weekends Few things in life are scarier than going through a federal investigation. When the investigation is initiated by a subpoena issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, the Office of Inspector General, or the Department of Justice, the idea of being associated...

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The Use of Special Exceptions in Texas Litigation

Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Esq. www.federal-lawyer.com 888-680-1745 Call Us on Weekends Introduction. A common response to a petition in Texas state courts is to file “special exceptions,” claiming that the petition cannot be answered unless it is amended and clarified. To be sure, if you have been sued, but honestly cannot...

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What is a Rule 202 in Texas Litigation?

  Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Esq. www.federal-lawyer.com 888-680-1745 Call Us on Weekends The Law. One often-overlooked procedural tool in a Texas attorney’s toolbox is a pre-suit deposition under Rule 202 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.  That rule provides: “A person may petition the court for an order authorizing the...

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The Goal of a Motion for Summary Judgment in Federal Court

  Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Esq. www.federal-lawyer.com 888-680-1745 Call Us on Weekends In many federal cases, your attorney will choose to file a motion for summary judgment under Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Often, both sides file competing motions for summary judgment. Such a motion is granted...

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3 Motions To Expect In Federal Civil Litigation

  Oberheiden, P.C. www.federal-lawyer.com 888-680-1745 Including Weekends When clients think of civil litigation, they often think primarily of the trial at the end of the process. However, before getting to trial, it is important to hire an attorney who can best guide the court to narrow the factual and legal...

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