To Interview or Not to Interview - That is the Question


In the course of responding to your daily glut of e-mail, your phone rings. At the other end is a long time friend and colleague who asks: “Hey, you practice health law, one of my clients – an ER doctor – got a letter from something called OPMC asking him to go to their office for an interview. Should I let him go? What could be better,” your friend muses, “than to let the Doctor tell his side of the story…” While a simple question generally requires a simple answer, your colleague's inquiry should trigger an entire analysis which will lead to counsel's recommendation to the doctor to go to the interview or not.

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