#Medicaid Fraud

Livingston County, KYwpsdlocal6.com

Grand Rivers woman indicted on charges of Medicaid fraud, theft

LIVINGSTON COUNTY, KY — A Livingston County, Kentucky, woman has been indicted regarding accusations of Medicaid Fraud, the state attorney general's office says. A Livingston County grand jury indicted 33-year-old Sherry Boyd of Grand Rivers on July 21. In a Monday news release, Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office says the...
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Public SafetyCleburne County Sun-Times

AG notes medicaid fraud enforcement

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced recent noteworthy arrests and convictions through the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) of the Arkansas Attorney Generals Office. Medicaid fraud occurs when Medicaid providers use the program to obtain money for which they are not entitled. To report suspected fraud or abuse, contact the...
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Little Rock, ARswark.today

Rutledge’s Law Enforcement Round Up

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced recent noteworthy arrests and convictions through the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) of the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office. Convictions. In Columbia County, William Paul Hunter, 53, of Magnolia, entered a negotiated plea of guilty to one count of Exploitation. He was...
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AG notes medicaid fraud enforcement

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced recent noteworthy arrests and convictions through the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) of the Arkansas Attorney Generals Office. Medicaid fraud occurs when Medicaid providers use the program to obtain money for which they are not entitled. To report suspected fraud or abuse, contact the...
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AG Shapiro Charges More Drug and Alcohol Treatment Providers for Illegal Kickbacks, Taking Advantage of People in Recovery

HARRISBURG—Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced Medicaid Fraud charges recommended by the 45th Statewide Investigating Grand Jury against two Philadelphia-based drug and alcohol treatment facilities: Southwest Nu-Stop Philadelphia Inc. (Southwest) and its owner, Dr. Lloyd Reid, and New Journeys in Recovery (New Journeys) and its owner Lawrence Gallagher. Attorney General Shapiro has previously charged eleven individuals from Liberation Way for using Pennsylvanians’ insurance information to bill for premium plans, and make a profit while their patients suffered.
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Top Whistleblower Law Firm's Wage and Hour team Welcomes Passionate Litigator

Noted law firm Brown, LLC, a firm active in high profile litigation nationwide once again is adding another attorney to its ranks. JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, June 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Noted law firm Brown, LLC, a firm active in high profile litigation nationwide such as whistleblower litigation under the False Claims Act, class actions and mass torts such as Zantac cancer litigation, is once again adding another attorney to its ranks. Attorney Edmund C. Celiesius (Ed) joins the firm as a passionate litigator and has dedicated his career to labor and employment law. Mr. Celiesius has experience representing both employees and employers and craftily knows the tactics and pressure points of successful litigation. During his career, he has litigated cases arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disability Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. Mr. Celiesius has extensive experience handling class and collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Celiesius attended Widener University Delaware Law School where he earned his Juris Doctorate and Temple University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy.
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