Our Healthcare Regulatory attorneys worked with the Board of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery and the Attorney General’s office to review the surgeon’s skills.
Our healthcare license defense attorney worked to get a Michigan dentist’s drunk and disorderly charge dismissed by the prosecutor; there will be no conviction to report to LARA, and no HPRP monitoring agreement to complete.
Our healthcare compliance lawyers were able to successfully negotiate payment for outstanding claims and receivables at approximately 50%, plus a fixed daily rate deal for patients thereafter.
Our healthcare compliance lawyers worked with the U.S. attorney to drop pursuing any further civil investigation for the South Florida entrepreneur’s alleged healthcare fraud.
When a physician got the wrong advice on a CPT code, leading to a Medicare and commercial payor audit, our health care lawyers stepped in to help.
Chapman Law Group contended that the government was unable to prove, “‘by a preponderance of the evidence,’” our client’s DEA registration should be denied solely because of his Medicare/Medicaid exclusion.
Our healthcare criminal lawyers’ in-depth knowledge of addiction medicine allowed our physician client to have the best possible chance at acquittal.
After a four-day hearing before the VA Disciplinary Appeals Board (DAB), we obtained a reinstatement to service with the VA, with back pay and benefits, for the physician.
Our attorneys succeeded in getting the DEA to grant registration to a physician who had been excluded from Medicare and Medicaid due to health care fraud.
Summary judgment granted in prisoner’s claims that a prison medical provider was deliberately indifferent to a chronic gastrointestinal issue.
The Controlled Substances Act (CSA) makes it a crime for a person to unlawfully dispense or distribute a Schedule II controlled substance and provides for
In this complex criminal case, our healthcare-based criminal law attorneys whittled away at the prosecution’s evidence, forcing prosecutors to offer a plea deal unrelated to healthcare or drug trafficking.