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February 2013 Archives

The false claims act and healthcare fraud: new rules target billing practices

Only a tiny percentage of doctors participate in fraudulent billing activity. But the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has government scrutinizing healthcare coding, billing and referral practices more closely than ever before.

Former insurance adjuster pleads guilty to mail fraud

A century ago, the Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes famously said that taxes are the price we pay for a civilized society. Reasonable minds can differ about the appropriate level of taxation. But few would argue with the basic truth of Justice Holmes's statement.

Missouri case will help clarify scope of warrant requirement

In our January 16 post, we wrote about the Missouri DWI blood-draw case that is now before the U.S. Supreme Court. Though the Court has not yet ruled, the case continues to attract attention in the St. Louis area and across the country.

Diversion of checks leads to bank fraud conviction

Embezzlement is a classic white-collar crime. The people charged with it usually work in offices and have been entrusted by their employers to handle money. It's not like robbing a convenience store or a bank. In fact, people who misappropriate funds from their employers often intend to repay the money.

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