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Three Orthopedic Surgeons Charged In Los Angeles Federal Indictments Relating to Alleged Kickbacks for Surgeries at Pacific Hospital

Three orthopedic surgeons (David Hobart Payne, Jeffrey David Gross and Lokesh Tantuwaya) have been charged in three separate cases for their roles in alleged kickbacks paid for surgeries performed at now-closed Pacific Hospital. The facts underlying this case were from 2008 to 2013 and this has … Continue reading

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The Los Angeles Incubator Consortium: Putting new attorneys into solo practice

Laura Dym Cohen is the Director, Street Law Clinic and Public Service Programs and Clinical Professor of Law at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles.  She has created and implemented a wide range of collaborative programs and initiatives in public … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Clinic Owner, Physician, Office Manager, Insurance Biller and Former Insurance Investigator Indicted for Health Care Fraud. Charged With Billing for Services Not Provided and Giving Patients Free Cosmetic Procedures for Insurance Information.

On May 22, 2018, five people linked to two Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley) clinics were arrested on federal health care fraud charges for allegedly inducing patients to visit the clinics with promises of "free" cosmetic procedures, using the patients' … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Daily Journal Publishes Article by Robert J. McKennon Entitled “Preexisting Condition Doesn’t Preclude Coverage”

On May 24, 2018, the Los Angeles Daily Journal published an article written by Robert J. McKennon of the McKennon Law Group PC.  The article examines a recent case by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals addressing preexisting conditions and … Continue reading

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U.S. Department of Justice Intervenes in Five Civil Qui Tam Lawuits in Los Angeles Accusing Insys Therapeutics of Paying Kickbacks in Form of Speaker Fees, Meals, Entertainment, Jobs, Etc. to Encourage Physicians Promote Sybsys, a Sublingual Spray Form of Fentanyl

On May 15, 2018, the United States intervened in five “whistleblower” lawsuits that have been consolidated in United States District Court in Los Angeles and accuse Insys Therapeutics, Inc. of paying illegal kickbacks and defrauding federal health programs in connection … Continue reading

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