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2015 Changes to Nevada Police/Firefighter Heart and Lung Laws

The 2015 legislative session made a major change in SB 153 to the heart and lung statutes regarding the application of a conclusive presumption of compensability. A conclusive presumption means that the ill police officer or...more

Private Health Insurance Fraud – Rooting Out Bogus Providers

The United States spends over $2.81 trillion dollars on health care annually and generates billions of claims from millions of health care service and product providers. The vast majority of these providers of services and...more

Private Health Insurance Fraud — Billions And Billions

When it comes to health insurance fraud, Carl Sagan’s obsession with the words – billions and billions — are particularly accurate. As the government’s role in health care increases, it is inevitable that fraud against...more

SIGTARP Quarterly Report

On July 24, the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) released its quarterly report to Congress, which, among other things: (i) summarized various SIGTARP investigations and (ii) discussed...more

Sixth Circuit Rules for Employers in FLSA Case

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed judgment for the employer in a collective action brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by 91 current and former special investigators (SIs) employed by...more

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