Tag Archives: Months

Pharmacy Owner And Pharmacist Sentenced To 160 Months In Prison For $4.3 Million Pain And Scar Compounding Creams Where Referral Payments Received When TRICARE Insurance Billed

The compounding cream cases where pharmacies engaged in marketing to obtain patients and where there were billings to TRICARE insurance continue. In a recent case, after a five-day trial of one count of conspiracy to pay health care kickbacks and paying … Continue reading

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Former Dept of Justice Attorney Sentenced To 30 Months For Obtaining Information About Companies Named in Qui Tam Lawsuits and Using That Information in Private Practice.

Sometimes clients will believe that by hiring attorneys who have just left the government, they can obtain confidential information. While those attorneys have relationships with the other attorneys and agents, they have strict ethical rules where they cannot use information … Continue reading

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Join us for A Webinar on “Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Three Months to Go”

In three months, the new European data privacy regulation – with a world-wide reach and draconian sanctions for non-compliance – takes effect. Are you ready? Join Reed Smith on Thursday, February 22, 2018 for an informative CLE webinar discussing key … Continue reading

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Another Carnival Cruise Ship Fails USPH Sanitation Inspection: 4 Ships in Just 2 Months

Another Carnival cruise ship officially failed a recent sanitation inspection today. I first learned that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) finally published the failed score for the Carnival Liberty upon reading the Miami Herald's article written by Chabeli Herrera … Continue reading

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