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Criminal Practice – Health Care Fraud – Materiality – Unnecessary Tests (access required)

United States v. Palin (Lawyers Weekly No. 001-193-17, 13 pp.) (Diana Gribbon Motz, J.) 16-4522; Oct. 30, 2017; USDC at Abingdon, Va. (James Jones, J.) 4th Cir. Holding: Even if the district court failed to consider materiality when finding defendants guilty of health care fraud, the error was harmless. The record conclusively establishes that insurers would ...

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