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How Would You Like to Settle Your Private Student Loans for 30%? And Payable with a Reasonable Payment Plan? Without Further Interest?

When you contact your private student loan company, you likely will be told the only options are: 1) a payment amount that is much higher than you can afford, or 2) to make an interest only payment which makes no … Continue reading

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Volkswagen Trial Offers Hedge Funds a Chance to Settle Old Scores

Paul Singer’s Elliott Management is funding lawsuits by shareholders who want the automaker to reimburse them for losses caused by the diesel scandal. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Pennsylvania-based operator of long-term care facilities pays over $13 million to settle whistleblower’s case

On August 15, the Department of Justice announced that Pennsylvania-based Post-Acute Medical, LLC, had agreed to pay $13,168,000 to settle a whistleblower’s allegations that the company violated the Antikickback Statute and the Stark Law. According to DOJ’s press release: Post … Continue reading

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Employee of Hanford contractor pays nearly $125,000 to settle False Claims Act allegations

On August 7, an employee of Lockeed Martin Corp. agreed to pay $124,400 to settle allegations that he submitted inflated prices in connection with a contract for environmental rehabilitation at the Hanford, Washington, nuclear reservation. According to DOJ’s press release: … Continue reading

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AngioDynamics pays $12.5 million to settle false claims allegations relating to the sale of two devices

On July 18, the Department of Justice announced that AngioDynamics, Inc., based in New York, had agreed to pay $12.5 million to settle False Claims Act allegations that the company promoted two medical devices for unapproved uses. According to DOJ’s … Continue reading

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