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Don’t Wait for the Appeal to Bring in Appellate Counsel

The New York Law Journal presents a piece by Orrick's Andrew Silverman (who's a double-Trojan so, yes, there's a SoCal connection), titled Don’t Wait for the Appeal to Bring in Appellate Counsel , which nicely incants the appellate gospel about embedding appellate … Continue reading

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Can text message ads bring you more clients – or more problems?

I have no personal experience with this, but there are studies that have found that text message advertising is more effective than email campaigns. I hear that it works better because it is simple, fast, and won’t break the bank. … Continue reading

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11th Circuit Finds MAOs May Bring Double Damages Private Cause of Action Against Medical Providers

The 11th Circuit issued an opinion yesterday on a Motion to Dismiss on a claim addressing a new question, one they have never been faced with before: Whether an MAO has a private cause of action against the recipient, or … Continue reading

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Second Circuit Court Addresses Whether An MAO May Bring Suit: Primary Payer Takes the Hit

Nearly every week those of us in the Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) industry receive alerts about a new Medicare Advantage Organization (MAO) bringing suit for failure to provide reimbursement for conditional payments made by an MAO on behalf of a … Continue reading

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Tennessee Supreme Court Rules Surviving Spouse May Bring Wrongful Death Action Despite Owing Child Support Arrearages

If the death of a family member was caused by the negligence of another person, a personal representative may institute a Tennessee wrongful death action on behalf of the decedent’s beneficiaries.  Generally, the beneficiaries identified by statute receive the compensation obtained in … Continue reading

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