Tag Archives: Untimely

New York Court Upholds Dismissal of Malpractice Claim As Untimely

When it comes to personal injury and wrongful death litigation, time is of the essence. If a New York medical malpractice lawsuit is not filed on within the statute of limitations, it has very little chance of ever being considered … Continue reading

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Argument preview: Justices to decide whether dismissal as untimely of Supplemental Security Income claimant’s request for review is final decision subject to judicial review

After a hearing, an administrative law judge denied Ricky Lee Smith’s application for supplemental security income benefits based on disability. The ALJ’s decision was dated March 26, 2014, and under the agency regulations, Smith was required to request review of … Continue reading

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Untimely Protest? “Diligent Pursuit” may Keep Your Protest Alive

Contractors who have filed or have considered filing a Bid Protest based on a mistake by an agency know that they have very little time to recognize an issue and take action before the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Typically, a … Continue reading

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Untimely Physician Certifications for Medicare Home Care Claims – Arguably a Technicality – Vulnerable to False Claims Act Allegations: Sixth Circuit

On June 11, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit sustained a complaint against a home health care agency alleging that the agency had violated the False Claims Act (FCA) by submitting numerous claims to the Medicare … Continue reading

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ALIMONY ABOUT TO EXPERIENCE AN UNTIMELY DEATH

As this is written, the House and Senate this week are scheduled to vote upon a conference report of both houses of Congress which will “reform” tax law in a major way for the first time since the Reagan administration. … Continue reading

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