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Physician Conviction for Medicare Fraud upheld for billing

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The United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of a physician in connection with a scheme to defraud Medicare by billing for infusion therapy treatments that were not needed or not provided as billed. Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court holds that a “pastoral exception” to federal employment laws exists

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Cheryl Perich sued Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School in Redford, Michigan alleging that the church school violated the American with Disabilities Act by firing her. Perich had been a teacher with a class load of primarily secular courses when she went on sick leave in 2004 for a condition known as narcolepsy, a chronic sleep disorder. Continue reading

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