You may recall that I started my blog post about going off to find my next work adventure with words of wisdom from Winnie the Pooh.
New York Democrats now hold solid majorities in both the State Senate and the Assembly.
A concept learned early in law school is that silence is not acquiescence.
A decision relating to takings law in California was recently filed by the Court of Appeal in San Francisco.
A federal district court has determined it is too easy for Medicare Advantage health plans to be accused of fraud based on erroneous data they report to the federal government, striking down a key regulation.
On October 10, 2018 the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a proposed rule that would overhaul a key element of immigration policy, known as “public charge.”
The FBI has completed a supplemental investigation into recent allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, reportedly finding no troubling information.
As we have seen, sometimes appellate courts do get their hands dirty with facts and will entertain a new fact for the first time on appeal.
Health care fraud and False Claims Act cases continue to generate a significant source of funds for the Federal Government.
State attorneys general (AGs) have the power to enforce state consumer protection laws, often referred to as “little FTC acts.”