Tag Archives: WEEK

Case o' The Week: Ninth Nod to the Nutty – Equivocation When Going Pro Se in Faretta Hearings

 Feeling Lucky?Charles 'Lucky' LucianoUnited States v. Audette, 2019 WL 2096455 (9thCir. May 14, 2019), decision available here.Players: Decision by Judge M. Smith, joined by Judges Hawkins and Hurwitz. Hard-fought appeal by District of Arizona AFPD Elizabeth J. Krushchek.Facts: Steven Audette … Continue reading

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After 6 Week Trial, New York Doctor And Physical Therapist Found Guilty Of Health Care Fraud, Conspiracy to Make False Statements Relating to Health Care Programs Medicare And Medicaid and Other Counts With Allegations of Sham Owner, Falsified Medical Records, Kickbacks.

A recent health care fraud case involved the alleged unlicensed practice of medicine and a  physician allegedly posing as the owner of medical clinics in order to satisfy New York  law that medical clinics be owned and operated by a medical … Continue reading

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SEC kicks off Small Business Week with roundtable examining geographical challenges to raising capital

By Amanda Maine, J.D.  SEC Advocate for Small Business Capital Formation Martha Miller celebrated the one hundredth-day anniversary of the office’s creation with a roundtable addressing issues facing small businesses when it comes to raising capital, focusing in particular on … Continue reading

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The Week That Will Be

Event Announcements (More details on the Events Calendar) Monday, May 6 at 10:00 a.m.: The Center for Strategic and International Studies will host Michael O’Hanlon for a conversation on his new book, “The Senkaku Paradox: Risking Great Power War Over … Continue reading

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Case o' The Week: Convictions of King and Queen Upheld by Ninth – Anieze-Smith and Restitution

  Queen avoids custody.   (But not restitution).United States v. Anieze-Smith, 2019 WL 1944737 (9thCir. May 2, 2019), decision available here. Players: Decision by Judge Gould, joined by Judge Nguyen and District Judge Benitez.   Hard-fought appeal by, among others, CD Cal AFPD … Continue reading

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