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November 27, 2021

What is a Rule 202 in Texas Litigation?

While serving their clients, lawyers need to work within the framework of the law. In Texas, the Rules of Civil Procedure determine acceptable practices when filing a suit. These rules lay out the proper ways to obtain, submit, and process information. Most legal procedures happen after a client files a…

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November 27, 2021

What Is the Personal Service Exception under Stark Law?

In 1992, Congress passed a prohibition on physician self-referral. This prohibition is often called the Stark Law. The law was expanded in scope in 1995, and it now rests under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The CMS fraud and abuse laws make healthcare fraud a federal crime….

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November 27, 2021

What Is the Worst-Case Scenario in a DEA Pharmacy Audit?

What Is the Worst-Case Scenario in a DEA Pharmacy Audit? For a pharmacy or pharmacist, few things are more stressful than a DEA pharmacy audit. When this happens, individuals who are in charge often ask what the worst-case scenario is for such an audit. The short answer is that it…

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November 27, 2021

What Kinds of Billing and Coding Errors Constitute Health Care Fraud?

What Kinds of Billing and Coding Errors Constitute Health Care Fraud? The importance of precision and care with medical billing cannot be understated. According to the False Claims Act, false medical coding and billing entries can be considered health care fraud. If you or your medical facility is facing health…

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November 24, 2021

What Is the Burden of Proof in Federal Criminal Cases?

In any federal criminal case, it is the responsibility of the prosecutor to bear the burden of proof. The government must demonstrate that the defendant committed the crime. In a criminal case, guilt must be proven “beyond a reasonable doubt.” Beyond a Reasonable Doubt in a Federal Case The Due…

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