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Ron Chapman Presents at Annual Michigan State Medical Society Conference

Ronald Chapman, II presented “Preparing for and Defending Regulatory Investigations” to physicians at the Michigan State Medical Society Conference in May, 2015. […]

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Supervisory Status Alone is Not Enough to State a Claim Under 42 USC §1983

By Kimberley A. Koester, Esq. When prisoners file lawsuits, in addition to prison and medical staff, they often sue the […]

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Prisoner Plaintiffs are not Entitled to Physical Exams or Have Expert Witnesses Paid for by the Court or Defendants

Inmates often request that the court order an independent examination under Fed, Rule Civ. Pro.  35.  That rule provides in […]

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Is Emotional Distress Alone Insufficient Under 42 U.S.C. § 1983?

By Carly Van Thomme, Esq. Yes, emotional distress alone is insufficient under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and 42 U.S.C. § […]

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Termination for Failure To Meet Hospital Policies and Procedures May Lead to an Administrative Complaint

By Robert A. Welch, Jr. The Board of Nursing does not require any per se violations of the public health […]

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Aaron J. Kemp Joins Chapman Law Group

Chapman Law Group is pleased to announce that Aaron J. Kemp has joined the firm as a health law attorney […]

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Fighting “Pill Mill”, Unlawful Prescribing and Drug Diversion Allegations

Posted by Ronald W. Chapman, II Why Am I Being Targeted? Over the last decade, federal and state prosecutors have […]

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How to Choose the Right Attorney to Defend Health Care Fraud, Medicare Fraud, Stark, Anti-Kickback, False Claims, and Drug Trafficking Charges

State or federal prosecutors and law enforcement agents targeted you and your practice for suspected criminal violations . . . […]

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