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- Government Involvement in a False Claims Act Case
Blowing the whistle on fraud that is committed at the expense of U.S. taxpayers is, generally, governed by the federal False Claims Act. The Act allows a private citizen to step into the shoes of and pursue a claim on behalf of the government.
- Whistleblower Rewards: A Reason for Taking a Risk
There are risks to blowing the whistle on illegal, corrupt or fraudulent business practices, but there are also protections and incentives built into the process as well.
- Lawsuit Settlement Funds: Pay Your Bills with Pre-Settlement Loans
Lawsuit settlement funds allow victims to get money through means like pre-settlement loans with the help of a Dunn accident injury attorney. Get your money quickly.
- Poorly Designed Headlights Leave Many Porsche Drivers in the Dark
In less than a minute, the high-end headlights could be popped out with a screwdriver, leaving owners and lessees with vehicles that canít lawfully be driven and that cost thousands of dollars to repair.
- Choosing a Day-Care Center for Your Child
Making the right choice of placing your child in someone else's care can always be a difficult decision. In fact, there are many important factors to take into consideration when planning to choose a day care center for your child.
- Did Lawsuit Get Filed in The Right Place?
In the age of the internet, filing lawsuits has become more complicated. Consider the scenario where you order a product from a website and the company is from out of state or maybe you are working with an vendor or supplier that is located out of state. Some dispute arises and a lawsuit is imminent. Where should the lawsuit be filed?
- Contractor-Friendly PA Mechanics' Lien Change
A recent Pennsylvania Superior Court decision may have very well changed the PA Mechanicsí Lien Law dealing with repayment priority, to the benefit of the contractor, when a construction project takes a wrong turn. A mechanic's lien is a security interest that is placed on the title to property for the benefit of those who have supplied labor or materials that improve that property. 49 P.S. ß 1101 et seq.
- Supreme Court of Missouri Nominees Announced
We will have a new Supreme Court Justice in the State of Missouri come this December. The Honorable Richard B. Teitelman, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Missouri and chairman of the Appellate Judicial Commission, announced that the commission selected its panel of nominees to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court of Missouri.
- Obese Employees are Less Likely to Prevail Against an Employer in California State Court
Private employers may generally terminate or deny employment unless they discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, alienage, age, sex, or disability. The FEHA is the California law that prohibits such employment discrimination. Federal laws define protected disability differently than the FEHA. In a California state court, an obese employee who files a disability claim must prove that their obesity resulted from a physiological condition.
- Life Insurance Benefits: Applications, Exclusions, Denial and Payment
Life insurance seems like it is handed out like flyers on the Las Vegas strip. Itís a dirty business with insurance companies collecting premiums and hoping you donít die before the policy expires, or looking for a reason to delay or deny payment if you do die. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of life insurance claims.