Health Care Fraud Investigations and Litigation Offer Unexpected Lessons for Bankruptcy Counsel

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WHAT’S INSIDE -

Who Decides How Bankruptcy Laws Are Applied?

PROMESA: An Experiment Doomed to Fail -

The Role of Alter Ego in Restructuring -

SPECIAL FRAUD SECTION -

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Health Care Fraud Investigations and Litigation Offer Unexpected Lessons for Bankruptcy Counsel -

Critical Issues in Fraud Investigations Part I - Key Risk Areas for Fraudulent Activities -

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