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Laura Perkovic Publishes a Guide to Representing Medical Professionals in Criminal Cases

The Champion magazine, published by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, as published attorney Laura Perkvic’s guide to representing medical […]

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Pain Medicine News Publishes Our Article on Off-Label Prescribing

Today, Pain Medicine News published our article titled DEA Begins Targeting Off-Label Prescribing of TIRF Products. The article was written by Ron Chapman, […]

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Ron Chapman Presents CME Course on Opioid Prescribing at the Michigan State Medical Society Annual Conference

Back by popular demand, attorney Ron Chapman presents a CME course on opioid prescribing at the 2017 annual Michigan State Medical […]

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Ron Chapman Presents a CME Webinar on DEA Compliance and Controlled Substance Prescribing Issues

October 12, 2017 – Attorney Ron Chapman had the pleasure of presenting a CME training webinar to providers regarding DEA compliance […]

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Matthew Fischer Presents Seminar on Civil Litigation to Students and Faculty At Broward College

October 12, 2017 – Today, attorney Matthew Fisher had the pleasure of speaking to students and faculty at Broward College […]

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Florida Emergency Order – Generators Required for all Nursing Homes

ByJoseph G. Sapp, LL.M. In the wake of hurricane Irma, Governor Rick Scott passed an emergency order requiring AHCA and […]

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Big-box Pharmacy Managers Facing Criminal Allegations for Inventory Discrepancies

A warning to all pharmacists working with large-scale commercial retail pharmacies. Recently, there has been a disturbing trend regarding pharmacists […]

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The False Claims Act: A Gold Mine for the Federal Government And Whistleblowers

The Federal False Claims Act (“FCA”) creates civil liability for entities that falsely or fraudulently contract with the government to […]

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Can Pharmacies Waive Patient’s Copays and Deductibles as they Please?

by Juan Santos, Esq. The short answer is NO. The main reason is the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute (“AKS”), which prohibits […]

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Ohio’s Proposed Disabled Physician Rule: Non-Disciplinary Track for Mental or Physical Illness

By Laura A. Perkovic The State Medical Board of Ohio Policy Committee has proposed a revision to the Ohio Administrative […]

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State Medical Board of Ohio’s Changes to Standards and Procedures for the Operation of a Pain Management Clinic

The proposal amends Ohio Administrative Code Section 4731-29-01 effectively narrows the definition of a pain management clinic. The significant changes […]

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HPRP No Longer Protects Participants’ Professional Licenses

By Aaron J. Kemp During the last six months, several clients of Chapman Law Group who are HPRP participants have […]

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How Did We Get Here? An Exploration Of Anti-Kickback Statute Case Studies

By Ronald Chapman II, Esq. The Anti-Kickback Statute 42 USC 1320a-7b(b) prohibits any remuneration of any form or any kind […]

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A Physician’s Guide To Avoiding DEA Regulatory And Criminal Investigations: Best Practices For DEA Compliance

By Ronald W. Chapman II, Esq. Physicians and other health professionals face increased scrutiny from federal authorities, including the HHS, DEA, […]

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Robert Andretz Joins Chapman Law Group

Chapman Law Group is pleased to welcome Robert Andretz to our Michigan office. Rob has extensive experience in criminal defense, […]

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