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You Can Go Your Own Way

Go your own way, if you must, but in whistleblower cases, it’s better to have a partner, especially when that partner is the Department of Justice. Under the whistleblower, or qui tam, provisions of the False Claims Act, citizens may sue on behalf of the government, and if they do, they stand to collect anywhere from 15-30% of the recovery. That can Read More

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Just Say No, Doc

Suppose you’re a doctor, and some of your patients are Medicare beneficiaries who need home healthcare services. Suppose you’re approached by a company that provides such services and offered cash (or other remuneration) in exchange for sending your patients there. If you take the money and steer your patients to that provider, you’re guilty of violating the federal Anti-Kickback Statute. See 42 Read More

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What Is A Kickback, Anyway?

When is it a bribe, when is it business, and when is it speech? We know it’s a bribe if you toss some cash in someone’s lap, but what if you just give them some good business advice? Well, that may have value, too, so it could be a kickback, but then what if you charge them for it? Okay, well, that Read More

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