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Joann Hochbaum, on behalf of her deceased husband Donald Hochbaum, appeals an order granting a motion to compel arbitration filed by defendants Palm Garden of Winter Haven, LLC; Palm Garden Healthcare Holdings, LLC; Palm Garden Healthcare Management, LLC, Summit Care II, Inc.; Summit Care Consulting, Inc.; and Summit Care, Inc. (collectively referred to as the nursing home defendants). We conclud... More...   $0 (10-08-2016 - FL)


Westra contracted with Tampa Electric Company (TECO) to build a fourteen-mile long pipeline in Polk County.2 Westra subcontracted the horizontal directional drill portion of the project passing under the Alafia River to Gator. When Gator entered into the subcontract, it apparently believed that the scope of the work would require it to drill exclusively or primarily through sand. After commenci... More...   $0 (10-08-2016 - FL)

United States of America v. Pilar Garcia Lorenzo

Tampa, FL - Owner of Florida Home Health Agency Convicted in Multimillion-Dollar Health Care Fraud Scheme

The owner of a Tampa, Florida, home health agency was convicted by a federal jury for her participation in a multimillion-dollar health care fraud and money laundering scheme.

Pilar Garcia Lorenzo (Garcia), 38, of Tampa, the owner of Gold Care Home Health Services Inc. (Gold... More...
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United States of America v. Mylan, Inc.

Washington, D.C. - Mylan To Pay $465 Million For Overpricing EpiPens

The United States Department of Justice charged Mylan, Inc., the maker of EpiPens with overcharging Medicaid for the pens by falsely classifying the pens as generic.

Mylan Issued the Following Press Release:

Mylan N.V. (NASDAQ, TASE: MYL) today announced that its subsidiary, Mylan Inc., has agreed to th... More...
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State of Illinois v. Keith L. Terrell

Sycamore, IL - Defendant Found Guilty In Shaken Baby Case

The State of Illinois charged Keith L. Terrell, 26, with first-degree murder and two counts of aggravated battery of a child for killing his 7-week-old daughter Kelis by shaking her violently in August 2013. Defendant's confession to the crime was videotaped.

(720 ILCS 5/9-1) (from Ch. 38, par. 9-1)
Sec. 9-1. Firs... More...
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State of Colorado v. Nacole Lee Grim

Greeley, CO - Jury Convict's Woman On Two Counts of Vehicular Homicide

The State of Colorado charged Nacole Lee Grim, age 30, with two counts of vehicular homicide caused by reckless driving and one county of recklessly causing third-degree assault as a result of a car wreck on April 15, 2015 that caused the deaths of 39-year-old Andrea Weiss, of Fort Collins, and 34-year-old Dang Mantkho... More...
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Larissa Monaco and Lonnie Monacvo v. Jim's Discount Liquor, LLC, et al.

Yukon, OK - Larissa Monaco and Lonnie Monacvo sued Jim's Discount Liquor, LLC, et al. on negligence theories claiming to have been injured and/or harmed as a result of the failure on the part of the Defendants to exercise due care.
Larissa Monaco claimed that James Hodgkinson, an employee of Jim's Discount Liquor, LLC sold alcoholic beverages to Lonnie Monaco and, as a direct result, he was in... More...
   $6000 (10-07-2016 - OK)

United States of America v. Valery Bogomolny

Los Angeles, CA - Owner of Los Angeles Medical Supply Company Sentenced to 5 Years in Federal Prison for Multimillion-Dollar Medicare Fraud Scheme

A West Los Angeles man who was the owner of a medical supply company has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for his role in a scheme that fraudulently billed more than $4 million to Medicare.

Valery Bogomolny, 44, of Westwo... More...
   $0 (10-06-2016 - CA)

United States of America v. Michael A. Tucker

Kansas City, MO - Man Sentenced for Fraud Scheme to Overcharge Medicaid, Medicare at Four Clinics

A Springfield, Mo., man who operated four Family Medical Center clinics in southern Missouri was sentenced in federal court for health care fraud.

Michael A. Tucker, 47, of Springfield, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Gary A. Fenner to one year and one day in federal prison. The... More...
   $54273 (10-06-2016 - MO)

Clarence Tyrone Pruitt v. State of Tennessee

The petitioner was indicted for two counts of aggravated rape. Pursuant to a plea agreement, one count was dismissed and he pled guilty to the remaining count in exchange for a sentence of twenty years. At defense counsel’s request, the court recommended in its judgment that the petitioner be placed at the DeBerry Special Needs Facility, a facility that has a Sex Offender Unit and a Mental Healt... More...   $0 (10-06-2016 - TN)

State of Tennessee v. Cuben Lagrone

This case arises from a shooting that occurred on August 10, 2012, at the home of Oracle West and LaJuan Harbison. A Knox County grand jury indicted the Defendant for the attempted first degree premeditated murder of Ms. West, the attempted first degree premeditated murder of Mr. Harbison, employing a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony as to both counts of attempted first degree ... More...   $0 (10-06-2016 - TN)

State of Tennessee v. Alberto Conde-Valentino

The Davidson County Grand Jury charged the defendant and his two codefendants, Rodney Earl Jones and Xavier Tull-Morales, with felony murder and especially aggravated robbery arising out of the robbery and fatal shooting of the victim, Victor M. Parham. The trial court conducted a jury trial in February 2014.

The State‟s proof at trial showed that, in March of 2012, the victim ... More...
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State of Tennessee v. Brian Adams

When the victim, J.M., was six years old, her mother moved the victim and her two brothers in with their grandmother. They lived there for about two to three months. While their mother was working, the children‟s grandmother would watch the children, including J.M. The Defendant, Brian Adams, was a friend of the victim‟s grandmother and would often visit.

J.M. testified... More...
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We recite the facts as the jury could have
found them, noting facts that are disputed, and reserving
certain details for our analysis of the issues raised on appeal.
The defendant and the victim, Casey Taylor, met in a
homeless shelter. After the defendant found an apartment with
two other men, Taylor stayed with him overnight from time to
time. The landlord1 event... More...
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Cynthia Brown and Gregory Brown v. The Boeing Company

On April 27, 2012, Cynthia was driving a vehicle in Indianapolis and was
stopped at a traffic signal. Another vehicle, operated by Eric Haugse, struck the
rear of Cynthia’s vehicle. Cynthia incurred ongoing pain in her left shoulder,
left arm, lower back, right leg, and right ankle, as a result of the accident.
[3] On March 5, 2013, the Browns filed a complaint against Haug... More...
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Charles McKeen, M.D. v. Billy Turner Charles R. McKeen, MD

In May 1998, Rowena Turner was diagnosed with a type of bone marrow
cancer. Among other things, patients with this type of cancer are at increased
risk for blood clots.
[3] In April 2008, Rowena learned that she had malignant tumors in her colon.
Therefore, on May 23, 2008, Dr. Charles McKeen performed a surgery to
remove a large portion of Rowena’s colon. Rowena remain... More...
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United States of America v. Gregory Ricketts, Marla Ricketts, Samuel Kim and Sunyup Kim

New Orleans, LA - Four Californians Plead Guilty to Conspiracy to Commit Health Care Fraud

GEOFFREY RICKETTS, age 48; his wife, MARLA RICKETTS, age 38; SAMUEL KIM, age 41, all of Porter Ranch, California, and his cousin, SUNYUP KIM, age 40, of Granada Hills, California pled guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud.

   $0 (10-05-2016 - LA)

United States of America v. Seth Pickering

Asheville, NC - Federal indictment charges Set Pickering with first degree murder

United States Attorney Jill Westmoreland Rose announced that a federal grand jury sitting in Asheville has returned a criminal indictment against Seth Pickering, charging him with one count of first degree murder for allegedly killing his daughter, Lila Pickering. Seth Pickering, 36, of Leicester, N.C. was ... More...
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In January, 2004, Borrower granted a home equity deed of trust ("Home Equity Deed of
Trust") to Citibank, FSB, for $40,000, which Citibank recorded in March, 2004. On February 10,
2005, America’s Wholesale Lender, Appellant’s predecessor insured (“Predecessor”), loaned
Borrower $166,800 in order to refinance a loan secured by real property located at 407 Sun Field
Lane, Festus... More...
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On January 28, 2008, Mr. Dieser was admitted to St. Anthony’s for surgery to
remove a pancreatic pseudocyst. Two days later, Mr. Dieser developed a pressure wound
on his buttocks. The wound developed into a stage IV pressure ulcer extending from the
surface of Mr. Dieser’s skin to the bone. Surgery had to be performed to cut and remove
dead tissue from the wound. Mr. Dieser... More...
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United States of America v. Steven William Delia

Muskogee, OK - Tulsa Doctor Found Guilty Of Health Care Fraud

Pre-signed Approximately 9,000 Blank Narcotics Prescriptions Before Afghanistan Deployment

Steven William Delia, age 61, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was found guilty of HEALTH CARE FRAUD by a federal jury. The jury also found that the defendant should forfeit $83,769.27 in assets as part of any sentence imposed.

The... More...
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United States of America v. Devin Marino

Philadelphia Man Charged With Cyber Stalking

Devin Marino, 29, of Philadelphia, PA was charged by Indictment[1] with charges of cyber stalking, unauthorized access to a protected computer, wrongfully obtaining individually identifiable health care information, and wrongfully disclosing individually identifiable health care information, announced United States Attorney Zane David Memeger.... More...
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United States of America v. Bassem Kuran

Philadelphia, PA - Ambulance Company Owner Sentenced To 10 Months In Prison

Bassem Kuran, 23, of Philadelphia, PA, was sentenced to ten months in prison for making false statements to Medicare through VIP Ambulance, Inc., an ambulance company that Kuran owned and which he served as President. The Honorable Gerald J. Pappert, United States District Judge, ordered that upon Kuran’s release ... More...
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Henry S. Miller Commerial Company v. Newsom, Terry & Newsom, LLP, et al.

HSM and its former employee Steven Defterios were sued by a group of commercial
property owners for fraud relating to several unsuccessful real estate deals (the “Underlying
Lawsuit”). James Flaven, the prospective buyer put forward by HSM and Defterios, held
himself out as the beneficiary of a large trust fund. In fact, Flaven was a truck driver with no
trust fund, and none ... More...
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Varel International Industries, L.P., et al. v. PetroDrillBits International, Inc. V.

All facts are stated as of the time of trial. Varel International and Varel Europe
manufacture oilfield and mining drill bit products. James Nixon is the “president and CEO” of
Varel International, which has its “corporate headquarters” in Carrolton, Texas. In August 2006,
PetroDrillBits and Varel International entered into a Sales Technical Service Representation
Agreement ... More...
   $0 (10-04-2016 - TX)

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