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  • Healthcare billing practices are under increased scrutiny

    In July 2014, a federal jury found a Texas businessman guilty of 15 counts of health care fraud. The jurors found that the man had directed the billing coders at his hospital to illegally change ... Read Article

August Posts

  • Healthcare billing practices are under increased scrutiny

    In July 2014, a federal jury found a Texas businessman guilty of 15 counts of health care fraud. The jurors found that the man had directed the billing coders at his hospital to illegally change diagnoses in up to $1.1 million worth of claims to Medicare. The businessman could ... Read Article
  • Obtaining temporary orders in a Texas divorce

    If you are starting the divorce process, you are entering a process with an end goal of a fair division of property and a custody and visitation plan that is in your children's best interests. Before you reach that goal, however, you may feel like you are facing more immediate ... Read Article
  • Divorce and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

    The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) is a law passed in 2003 that protects the legal rights of active duty military personnel who are stationed overseas. Much of the law deals with issues such as leases, foreclosures and other financial matters that military members may ... Read Article
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