On October 2, 2020, federal prosecutors in Massachusetts charged three individuals for their alleged role in a complex durable medical equipment (“DME”) marketing scheme. Of note, two of the three were also charged with criminal violations of... Read More
Healthcare | Regulatory Compliance, including FDA, DEA and HIPAA

In recent months, unanimous decisions rendered by 5-judge Appellate Division panels in both the Third and Fourth Departments have shifted the momentum in the battle over who is entitled to the proceeds from the sale and demutualization of New York's... Read More
Administrative and Insurance Defense Law | All types of single and multi-specialty medical practice groups | Healthcare | Healthcare Law

As Labor Day passes and school districts welcome back students to virtual and/or hybrid learning environments, parents are faced to consider childcare issues. In turn, employers are forced to evaluate their needs in connection with working parents... Read More
Blogs & Articles | Employment Matters | Healthcare | Hospitals and Healthcare Systems

The United States Department of Labor recently redefined which employees qualify as “health care providers” for the purpose of leave benefits under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”). Until September 16, employers even... Read More
Blogs & Articles | Employment Matters | Healthcare | Hospitals and Healthcare Systems

On September 9, 2020, the Justice Department (DOJ) announced a 77-year old and 65-year old were sentenced to 28-months and 24-months, respectively, for their part in a compounded medication scheme that cost the TRICARE program $65 million in actual... Read More
All types of single and multi-specialty medical practice groups | Blogs & Articles | Federal and State Fraud and Abuse Counseling | Healthcare