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Top 10 Tips for Physicians To Avoid Prosecution for Over Prescribing

By Ronald W. Chapman, II With increased regulation in the health care industry, physicians, now more than ever, are being […]

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CDC Issues Proposed Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain

By Ronald W. Chapman, II On December 14, 2015, the CDC and HHS issued proposed guidelines for the prescription of […]

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Quick Deposition Tips for Health Care Professionals

By Carly Van Thomme Sometimes when a patient is involved in a lawsuit, a health care professional must give a […]

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Should Michigan Begin Licensing Certified Professional Midwives?

By Carly Van Thomme Michigan legislators are considering House Bill 4598 and Senate Bill 383, both of which would enact […]

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Introducing the Newly Established Bureau of Professional Licensing

By Robert A. Welch, Jr. In July 2015, the Bureau of Health Care Services was split in to two separate […]

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Unfreezing Financial Assets to Allow Criminal Defendants to Hire an Attorney

Once the government establishes that there is probable cause that a defendant has committed health care fraud, the government may […]

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Creative Marketing Can Lead to Anti-Kickback Violations

by Ronald W. Chapman Marketing and promotion are part of every successful business. Marketing and promotion require creativity. Unfortunately, novel […]

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Qui Tam Lawsuits – Good or Bad Policy

By Ronald Chapman The False Claims Act (FCA) 31 U.S.C. § 3729 and Qui Tam litigation provide a valuable service […]

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Robert A. Welch, Jr. Is Named 2016 DBusiness Top Lawyers

Chapman Law Group is pleased to announce that Robert A Welch, Jr. has received recognition as 2016 DBusiness Top Lawyers […]

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What to do if You Receive a Federal Grand Jury Target Letter

The first contact to a Defendant in a health care fraud case is usually by way of a Grand Jury […]

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Cooperating with the Government in a Medicare Fraud Investigation and Prosecution

By Ronald W. Chapman II Recent data from the United States Sentencing Commission (USSC) confirms that ninety six percent (96%) […]

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Proffer, Plea and Cooperation Agreements for Criminal Defendants

By Ronald W. Chapman II When a criminal Defendant makes the decision to cooperate with the government, the negotiation of […]

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What Physicians Should Do When Pharmacies Refuse to Fill Their Prescriptions

Just like physicians, DEA regulations require that Pharmacists bear responsibility for ensuring that prescriptions are valid and for a medical […]

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Responsible Opioid Prescribing Practices and Monitoring for Pain Management [Audio]

Ron Chapman, II spoke to providers about responsible opioid prescribing and monitoring for pain management from an evidence-based best practices perspective at […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Voluntarily Surrender Your DEA Registration

By Ronald W. Chapman, II The story has been repeated thousands of times in recent history: An agent garbed in […]

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