Oklahoman Charged with Defrauding Banks, Investors

By Allison Legal | Feb 18, 2020

TULSA, Okla. (KFOR) – A Tulsa man was charged last week in federal court with defrauding five federally-insured financial institutions […]

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Tax Preparer Sentenced for Fraud

By Allison Legal | Feb 18, 2020

The former owner of Mr. Tax, Etc., a tax preparation business, was sentenced to prison and ordered to pay $1 […]

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FBI: Cybercrime Losses Tripled Over Last 5 Years

By Allison Legal | Feb 17, 2020

In 2019, the United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) received more than 467,000 cybercrime complaints that caused an estimated […]

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Providers’ Could Face More False Claims Act Cases

By Allison Legal | Feb 17, 2020

Courtesy of Their Own Claims Data — Report Warns Whistleblowers and law firms may try to use skilled nursing providers’ […]

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Pill-Mill Doctor Gets Decades in Prison

By Allison Legal | Feb 17, 2020

A Savannah doctor who operated a “pill mill” dispensing massive amounts of controlled substances – sometimes in return for cash […]

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Neurosurgeon Resloves Whistleblower Allegations

By Allison Legal | Feb 14, 2020

United States Attorney Jason R. Dunn announced today that Dr. William Choi and three companies he owned have paid the […]

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Tenet Healthcare Settles Another Whistleblower Suit

By Allison Legal | Feb 12, 2020

Dive Brief: Tenet and its hospital Desert Regional Medical Center in California have agreed to pay more than $1.4 million […]

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Group Bilks US Navy Out of $2.7M

By Allison Legal | Feb 11, 2020

A Virginia man helped bilk the US Navy out of nearly $200,000 by setting up a sham company to sell […]

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Daycare Sentenced for Fraudulent Practices

By Allison Legal | Feb 11, 2020

An Omaha couple were sentenced on Friday for childcare fraud. United States Attorney Joe Kelly announced that Naimi Haji, 29, […]

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Farmer Sentenced for Crop Insurance Fraud

By Allison Legal | Feb 11, 2020

A Kansas farmer was sentenced Monday to 2.5 years in prison for federal crop insurance fraud and bankruptcy fraud. Kevin Struss, 63, […]

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Oklahoma Woman Sentenced to Prison for Fraud

By Allison Legal | Feb 11, 2020

OKLAHOMA CITY — A Lawton woman received a federal prison sentence Tuesday of four years in prison and will have […]

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DOJ Joins Whistleblower Suit Against Orthopaedic Clinic

By Allison Legal | Feb 11, 2020

The United States has intervened in a whistleblower suit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of […]

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