Telemedicine and Substance Abuse Treatment Centers Targeted by DOJ

The Department of Justice announced charges against 345 doctors, nurses, laboratories, pharmacies, DME companies, owners, and executives across the country this week with health care fraud. The health care workers involved provide vital telemedicine services, opioid treatment, prescription drug services, and durable medical equipment.  The government claims the defendants submitted more than $6 billion of…

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What should I do if I am being investigated for PPP fraud?

If you are being investigated for PPP fraud, the first step is to contact an experienced federal criminal defense lawyer to guide you through this process. Federal criminal prosecutions for fraud can carry serious penalties depending on the amount of money involved. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is cracking down on PPP fraud by…

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Charges Dismissed in Iran Sanctions Case

Our firm frequently represents people charged in significant federal cases. We have over 20 years of experience defending people charged in these types of cases, some involving international matters. At times, the media will contact us for comments about our clients’ involvement or position on the charges. When it is in the best interest of…

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New healthcare fraud indictment charges doctors and DME executives with bribery and kickback allegations

On April 9. 2019,, the Department of Justice announced healthcare fraud arrests of 24 individuals, including doctors and executives at telemedicine and durable medical equipment (DME) companies. Theses arrests are the result of federal charges relating to alleged bribes and illegal kickbacks. The government’s allegations describe a federal healthcare fraud scheme within which doctors at…

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Racketeering Charges and Likely Defenses in “Operation Varsity Blues” Indictment

Today, federal prosecutors made headlines when they announced that the government has charged fifty people with racketeering, fraud, bribery, and money laundering offenses. The government is accusing these individuals of participating in an alleged college admissions scheme through which the defendants helped students get into elite universities by helping them cheat on exams and bribing…

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