Everyone knows medical billing is complicated. With multiple providers of medical services and insurance reimbursement issues, there are often lots of checks involved.
Securities regulation has become ever more complicated in recent years. The financial crisis of 2008 prompted a series of reforms passed by Congress in a bill known as the Dodd-Frank Act.
Federal prosecutors have shown yet again that they are determined to go after what they perceive to be a problem with fraud and other forms of white-collar crime. The latest indicator is a series of six regional summit meetings held around the country on stopping fraud.
The fallout from the financial and real estate crises of recent years is far from over. One example is the huge mortgage fraud lawsuit brought by the federal government against one of the nation's biggest banks, Bank of America.
Going forward, we will be covering several other criminal defense topics in this blog besides sex offenses. The additional topics will include white collar crimes, violent crimes, weapons offense and appeals.