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Judge Sontchi (Bankr. D. Del.) Holds That Bankruptcy Courts May Enter Final Judgment on Core Fraudulent Transfer Claims Against Party With No Filed Claim

Written by Daniel N. Brogan A recent decision by Judge Sontchi for the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware in Paragon Litigation Trust v. Noble Corp. plc (In re Paragon Offshore, plc, et al.), Adv. Proc. No. 17-51882 (CSS) … Continue reading

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California Psychologist and Doctor Charged with Fraudulent Workers’ Compensation Evaluations Where Psychologist Was Not Certified as a Qualified Medical Examiner and Doctor's Certification Had Lapsed

In billing for evaluations of workers' compensation patients, health care providers should be very careful to ensure that they do not misrepresent themselves as a certified  Qualified Medical Examiner (QME) on a medical legal evaluation or billing statement. In addition, it is … Continue reading

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Riverside County DA Sues Attorneys Over Possibly Fraudulent ADA Cases

Mike Hestrin, a district attorney in Riverside County, California, recently filed a civil lawsuit against two law firms and at least five individuals. The lawsuit claims that the defendants violated the state’s unfair competition laws by pursuing dozens of lawsuits … Continue reading

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California Pharmacist Charged With Filling Fraudulent Prescriptions for Oxycodone and Hydrocodone.

The opioid prescription cases keep coming. On April 11, 2019, a Fresno pharmacist, Ifeanyi Vincent Ntukogu of New Life Pharmacy, in Madera was indicted one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances and 17 counts of … Continue reading

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Money Damages Against Recipient of Fraudulent Transfer

Florida law limits creditor remedies for fraudulent transfers. A court may reverse a transfer but it may not impose additional damages against a debtor simply because the debtor transferred property to avoid the judgment. The law does not prohibit damages … Continue reading

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