Category Archives: Administrative law

Administrative law news articles, reiews, notes and blog examples.

Are Mutual Funds Bad for U.S. Consumers?

Nearly half of American households have staked their financial futures in diversified asset pools called mutual funds—to the tune of $22 trillion, according to a recent estimate. In the process of building these funds, mutual fund companies have become the largest … Continue reading

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OMB Expands Department and Agency Actions Subject to Prepublication Review

The Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB’s) policy statement emphasizes the role of the Congressional Review Act in the rulemaking process and incorporates rulemaking actions that were not consistently subject to prepublication review under standing executive orders. Questions remain regarding … Continue reading

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Sacramento Area Neurosurgeon Charged With Workers' Compensation Fraud and Insurance Fraud For Alleged Upcoding and Ghost Billing For Services Not Provided

On April 9, 2019, Dr. Laura Anderson, a neurosurgeon from Carmichael, California, was charged with multiple counts of medical insurance fraud, workers’ compensation fraud, and grand theft. A felony complaint is not evidence and Dr. Anderson is presumed innocent.The prosecution … Continue reading

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May 2019 AELE case notes and publications alert

*** Law Enforcement Liability Reporter ***This issue has cases on assault and battery: chokeholds, assault and battery: handcuffs, electronic control weapons: stun mode, false arrest/imprisonment: no warrant, false arrest/imprisonment: warrant, firearms related: intentional use, First Amendment, forfeiture proceedings, pursuits: law … Continue reading

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The Black Box of College Admissions

A recent federal case indicting dozens of wealthy parents for college admissions fraud has sparked a national conversation about the opportunity gap between wealthy and low-income applicants to U.S. colleges and universities. But the problem goes much deeper than wealth … Continue reading

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