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Capitation Payments Aside, Transactions Between Government-Sponsored Managed Care Plans and Their Providers or Suppliers, Tainted by ‘Kickbacks,’ Are a Potential False Claims Act Violation, Says Court

Earlier this month, the federal District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, in U.S. ex rel. Derrick v. Roche Diagnostics Corp., sustained a whistleblower, or qui tam, complaint under the False Claims Act filed by a discharged employee of … Continue reading

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Judge Koh sets aside sanctions order against Apple in FTC v. Qualcomm antitrust case

This is a quick follow-up to last week's post on an amicus curiae brief by Lawyers for Civil Justice:Judge Lucy Koh of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California has granted an Apple motion for relief … Continue reading

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Surrogate’s Court Sets Aside Fraudulent Conveyance Violative of Contract to Make a Testamentary Disposition

An individual who successfully executes a valid agreement relating to a piece of property within a testamentary disposition cannot alternatively dispose of the same property during life or at death. Schwartz v. Bourque involves three generations of women and a… … Continue reading

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RI Divorce for LegalForms.com, CompleteCase.com, and LegalZoom.com?.. It's time to Step Aside for Rhode Island Divorces!

LegalForms.com, CompleteCase.com, LegalZoom.com, and others . . . . please do me a favor and step aside gracefully. I've spent more time helping people fix the mistakes in your forms and instructions which people in the Rhode Island family court … Continue reading

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In order to set aside the property settlement agreement based on defendant's fraudulent concealment, plaintiff must prove by clear and convincing evidence that defendant made a material misrepresentation with the intent that it be relied upon, as well as

Law Lessons from LINDA M. GEFFNER v. RAMI E. GEFFNER, App. Div., A-2896-08T2, May 11, 2011: Under Rule 4:50-1, a party may move for relief from a judgment or order for the following reasons: (a) mistake, inadvertence, surprise, or excusable … Continue reading

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