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Supreme Court to Cell Phone Users: The Right to Be Free From Spam Calls Is Alive and Well

Posted July 29th, 2020 by in Civil Litigation.

This month, the Supreme Court handed down a victory for cell phone users (which is practically all of us these days) in Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants, Inc. The case concerns the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (“TCPA”). Under the Act, anyone who makes an unsolicited robocall or text message can be […]

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The Risk of Fraud as the Nation Responds to Coronavirus

Posted March 25th, 2020 by in Whistleblower Law.

The Department of Justice recently brought its first fraud case stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. The Assistant Attorney General Jody Hunt of the Justice Department’s Civil Division stated that “The Department of Justice will not tolerate criminal exploitation of this national emergency for personal gain” and that “We will use every resource at the government’s […]

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Common Schemes by Medical Device Manufacturers that Lead to False Claims Act Liability

Posted July 9th, 2018 by in Whistleblower Law.

Medical devices are a crucial component to health care treatment and advancements. With an increasingly competitive market, medical device manufacturers and sales personnel are under pressure to maximize their sales and outpace competitors. To accomplish these objectives, device manufacturers may engage in sales practices that violate the False Claims Act (FCA)—a federal statute that allows […]

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That Loan Officer is NOT Your Friend: Identifying, Avoiding, and Prosecuting Predatory Lending

Did you know that, except in a few unusual circumstances, lenders and bank loan officers do NOT owe you a duty to act in your best interest?  Did you know that it is legal for them to offer you, and even recommend, a loan that you are not equipped to pay back? Oftentimes, when people […]

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