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Divorced Man Wins Fight Against Paying Alimony a Second Time

From NJ.com: A divorced man who challenged the Morris County Probation Service over a claim that he did not make his final alimony payment won his case in court Friday. David Thomson had provided proof he made all his payments,… … Continue reading

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Another MSP Case Invades a Jurisdiction: The Sixth… This Time.

Another Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) case involving the well-known entities, MAO-MSO, Recovery II, LLC MSP Recovery, LLC and MSPA Claims 1, LLC (“Plaintiffs”) has arisen out of the Sixth Circuit.[1] (MAO-MSO Recovery II, LLC v. Progressive Corp., No. 1:17CV390, 2018 … Continue reading

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Tuesday Health Care Fraud Hearing Start Time Delayed

The House Ways & Means Committee today announced its delay of one of two health care fraud hearings originally scheduled tomorrow. When it ended it’s work last week, the Committee was scheduled to hold two hearings on health care fraud … Continue reading

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Law Firm Leaders: It’s Time to Act with Urgency

Altman Weil recently released their “Law Firms in Transition” survey, which is now in its tenth year. The survey, which includes responses from half of US law firms with 50 or more lawyers, was initially developed as a response to … Continue reading

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A sports junkie who ate pasta with ketchup: Law school friends reflect on Kavanaugh’s time at YLS

In the days following the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 to the U.S. Supreme Court, Democrats have condemned President Donald Trump’s pick as an enemy of the left. But ask Kavanaugh’s progressive friends from Yale Law School, … Continue reading

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