Our federal criminal defense lawyer lays out the most crucial opioid-related High Court case in five decades and what prescribers need to know.
A new Michigan expungement law allows healthcare providers to clear their record of a drunk driving/OWI violation. Here are the details.
From responding to the Feds to conducting internal investigations, our national healthcare fraud and compliance lawyers explain it all here.
The president’s vaccination order will have wide-sweeping effects on health care facilities and their workers. Here’s what you need to know.
If your Florida medical, nursing, dentist’s, chiropractor’s, pharmacy, or other healthcare license is suspended or revoked, that doesn’t mean you can’t get it reinstated.
For Michigan licensed healthcare providers, not reporting a criminal conviction will lead to penalties, fines, license probation, even full license revocation.
Ronald Chapman Sr. and Wedad Suleiman are named among the top health care attorneys for Michigan in the annual statewide lawyer rankings list.
The pharmacy chain’s data-driven method of fighting the opioid epidemic is hurting all legitimate physicians and their patients. Our lawsuit reveals why.