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Maximizing profits is not a crime

Some laws are just too confusing to be broken, or so sayeth the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in United States v. Renal Care Group, Inc., et al. And in reading the Court’s decision, it turns out patients and insurers aren’t the only ones confused by Medicare reimbursement rules. Our tale begins with one Renal […]

Why there is fraud in Government Contracts

In recent financial fraud cases, federal courts have handed down prison sentences that would deter Methusaleh, nevermind your average, silver-haired fraudster: 100 years for 58 year-old Edward Okun, 150 years for septuagenarian Bernie Madoff, and another century or so for mogul Allen Stanford, 62. So in this era of symbolic sentencing, it’s nice to see […]