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What to Do When You Believe(d) Your Student Loans Were Discharged in a Prior Bankruptcy

There are a ton of people who believed their student loans were discharged when they loans were simply listed in their bankruptcy.  It may have been years before the private student loan companies started to communicate with the borrowers to … Continue reading

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How Good Were the Paydays for Bank Chiefs … and Shareholders?: DealBook Briefing

Citigroup’s C.E.O. enjoyed a big bump in take-home pay, as did Goldman’s chief. Were those merited? Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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If Only Losing Pounds Were as easy as Losing a Weight Discrimination Lawsuit

Companies employing individuals in Michigan are often surprised to learn Michigan law specifically prohibits weight discrimination. Specifically, Michigan’s anti-discrimination statute, the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act (ELCRA), prohibits an employer from failing or refusing to hire, discharge, or otherwise discriminate against … Continue reading

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Scripps Health to Pay $1.5 Million to Settle False Claims Act for Services Rendered by Physical Therapists Who Did Not Have Billing Privileges or Were Not Supervised by Authorized Provider

One issue I see happen with medical groups or providers is when physicians or other health care providers are not properly added to the group before they provide services to patients. Often this occurs when the administrators do not ensure … Continue reading

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Tech We’re Using: A ‘Gadget Junkie,’ Wearing His Tech and Covering Deals

Andrew Ross Sorkin, DealBook columnist and all-day wearer of AirPods headphones, talks about the technology he uses for work and in his life. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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