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Medicare fraud occurs often, but here is how you can sometimes spot it. Medicare is a gigantic government program, so it’s no wonder that Medicare fraud exists. But what exactly is Medicare? It is a government-run health insurance program that uses private insurance companies to help administer payments for the healthcare services of millions of […]

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Protection for whistleblowers in public education cases is necessary to identify fraud in a variety of contexts, including public education. The public education system is big and powerful, so if someone wants to identify fraud, special protection for whistleblowers in public education cases are necessary. Without these protections, a potential whistleblower may stay silent, even […]

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Medical insurance fraud commonly comes in the form of kickbacks. Health services make up a large portion of the American economy, so medical insurance fraud is a common occurrence. Kickbacks are one of the most common forms of illegal behavior in the healthcare setting, but why is this the case? And what are kickbacks, anyway? […]

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medicare kickback lawsuits

Medicare kickback lawsuits occur fairly often when litigating the False Claims Act The False Claims Act is a law designed to fight fraud. One of the biggest areas of fraud against the federal government is in the healthcare industry. Specifically, Medicare is a popular area for fraudsters. They work hard to steal government money with […]

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Qui tam cases often get the attention of the Department of Justice because they have the benefit of a whistleblower. The Department of Justice handles the legal matters of the United States, including deciding whether to take part in qui tam cases. An emerging type of qui tam lawsuit that is getting the attention of […]

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When there is defense contractor fraud, anyone can be a whistleblower. In theory, anyone can be a whistleblower when there’s defense contractor fraud. It can be a janitor who overhears a conversation. Or, it could go all the way up to the chairman of the board of directors who decides he or she has had […]

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