SOCIAL SERVICES LAW | WHITE COLLAR FRAUD & THEFT BY DECEPTION

62-2-4168 Janecek v. Board of Review, App. Div. (per curiam) (3 pp.) Submitted by White Collar Crime Attorney, Jeffrey Hark Lubomir Janecek was found eligible to receive unemployment benefits, effective September 21, 2008, in the amount of $560 per week. On January 15, 2009, he resumed employment, but continued receiving […] Read more »

Medicaid Shift Fuels Rush for Profitable Clients

Submitted by New Jersey Fraud Attorney, Jeffry Hark. By NINA BERNSTEINMAY 8, 2014 Photo “They coerced people. They told residents they would lose their Medicaid if they didn’t sign,” said Robert Rosenberg, right, with his roommate, Howard Kucine. Storm evacuees were pressed to sign up with a managed care company. […] Read more »

ObamaCare Drastically Improves the Health of Qui Tam Suits Under the False Claims Act

Cullen Byrne, Esq. One of the lesser-known sections of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (“Affordable Care Act”), colloquially known as ObamaCare, provides expansive amendments to the False Claims Act (“FCA”).1 While these amendments are not retroactive,2 they will most likely increase the amount of FCA-based claims […] Read more »