Our federal criminal defense lawyer lays out the most crucial opioid-related High Court case in five decades and what prescribers need to know.
From responding to the Feds to conducting internal investigations, our national healthcare fraud and compliance lawyers explain it all here.
Health providers are accused of COVID-19 false claims, telehealth fraud and kickbacks for medically unnecessary tests. Is your practice next?
The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a case that calls for putting a definitive standard in place for prescribing controlled substances in the U.S. — and you have a chance to weigh in on why this is important.
Our criminal law and healthcare fraud lawyers look back to a complex criminal case that shows how, even in the worst of situations, the right things can happen for a healthcare practitioner being dragged through a criminal maelstrom.
Each day a Michigan licensed healthcare provider lets go by without taking action to an Administrative Complaint, is one step closer to a bad outcome with your medical board. Here are five reasons not to wait — and what to do instead.
For physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare providers, turning to local general criminal lawyers is a mistake for a criminal matter that could lead to loss of license. A Michigan dentist was fortunate enough to not go that route.
Our client, a home health business manager convicted of $2 million in healthcare fraud, was able to serve just three months of his 36-month sentence, arguing for “compassionate release” due to his age and health condition.
Ronald W. Chapman II, of Chapman Law Group’s White Collar Defense & Government Investigations practice, spoke with Cleveland’s NEWS 5 about health care providers taking CARES Act funds despite worrisome criminal background and loss of license.