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ONCOLOGISTS WRONGFULLY PAID $30 MILLION

Missouri Hospitals Agree to Pay United States $34 Million to Settle Alleged False Claims Act Violations Arising from Improper Payments to Oncologists Two Southwest Missouri health care providers have ...
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DEFACTO TAKING CLAIM WAS MADE TOO LATE

De Facto Taking Claim Fails Image Credit: WaterfrontAlliance.org Owner claimed de facto taking when City installed storm drains that flooded land designated as a wetland. The firm 594 Associates, Inc. ...
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TOM WANTS TO PROTECT KIDS

Lucas, Since my first days as a young prosecutor, I have lived by a simple premise: honor our responsibility to children and the most vulnerable. As a public servant, I have kept up that commitment ...
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14-YEAR-OLD WAS MECHANICALLY ASPHYXIATED

A.G. Schneiderman Arrests Owner Of Cortland County Farm For Alleged Child Labor Violations Related To Death Of 14 Year Old Boy 14-Year-Old Killed At Farm Owned By Defendant Luke Park Was Operating ...
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HAVE YOU BEEN EXPOSED TO TOXIC SUBSTANCES?

Dear Members, I have exciting news. The Governor today signed into law an important piece of legislation that improves New York's statute of limitations rule for civil actions arising from ...
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LOOK WHAT GOT HATCHED

Unable to conceive naturally, a couple consulted with a treatment clinic – Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York, LLP (RMANY) – about invitro fertilization. After being told the ...
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RECOVERING ART LOOTED BY NAZIS

SCHUMER, CORNYN, CRUZ, AND BLUMENTHAL INTRODUCE BILL TO HELP RECOVER NAZI-CONFISCATED ART U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer (D-NY) along with Senators John Cornyn (R-TX) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Richard ...
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LIVING BY DATE OF RAPE?

Lucas, add your name: Tell the Senate Judiciary Committee to take immediate action to pass the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Rights Act. Last week Senate Democrats introduced a bill that could be a ...
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VOYEURISM WAS HIS DOWNFALL

Rabbi Sentenced to Six and a Half Years Prison Term for Voyeurism, Admitted Secretly Taking Video Recordings of Women Bernard “Barry” Freundel, 63, of Washington D.C., a rabbi who had ...
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T'AINT STERLING

Sterling Glass was sued by the owners of the Niagara University Academic Complex for failing to complete certain work. And when Sterling attempted to have the case thrown out--because the terms of its ...
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NO REST FROM THE LAW

Because Lillie R. filed her Petition for Administrative Review (PAR) more than 35 days after a rent-overcharge order issued, the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal found her ...
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DON'T LET IT EXPIRE

In attempt to leverage a buyout, by placing a cloud on the title of a Manhattan property, R. Romanoff filed a second notice of pendency after his first had expired. When the New York County Supreme ...
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NO ENCORE FOR ENCORE CAPITAL

A.G. Schneiderman Obtains Settlement From Major Debt Buyer Who Filed Thousands Of Time-Barred Debt Collection Actions Encore Capital Group Inc. Will Vacate More Than 4,500 Improperly Obtained ...
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HAS LANDMARKING GONE AMUCK?

IS LANDMARKING OUT OF CONTROL? ** Media must comply with the Club's dress code. No jeans, sneakers or T-shirts will be permitted. Dress shoes, slacks, collared shirt and a jacket are required for ...
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LUNCH BAG BRAWL

Christopher Gunsam was injured when he was hit by another student's lunch bag. But because he was late giving the municipality notice of the claim, Gunsam asked for, and received, permission to ...
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BET DIN BOUND

Moshe Nahum agreed to perform certain renovation work on Eliezer Mansour's property, and when a dispute later arose about the quality of services provided, the parties went to arbitration by way ...
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THIS BITES

George Fraumeni sued Dr. Anthony Perugini for malpractice after another dentist reportedly informed Fraumeni that a root canal hadn't been properly performed and that additional work was ...
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CLAIMS REACHED A SUMMIT

Contracts Contractor’s claims denied in part as time-barred. A contractor brought four disputes, arising from contracts with the Parks Department for heating and ventilation work, to be resolved ...
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BET BAKER & TAYLOR DIDN'T WANT THIS CONTENT DISTRIBUTED

EEOC and Baker & Taylor Resolve Title VII Claim Challenging Severance Agreement Consent Decree Makes Clear That Civil Rights Law Protects Communications With EEOC U.S. District Court for the ...
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9-YEAR DELAY DIDN'T HELP THIS CONTRACTOR

Prevailing Wage ALJ denies motion to dismiss prevailing wage hearing based on delay. A roofing contractor hired by the City sought dismissal of the Comptroller's allegation that it failed to pay ...
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WHAT'S A CONTRACT CHANGE WORTH?

Contracts Contract Dispute Resolution Board denies claim for additional compensation. Under a value engineering change provision contained in its contract to reconstruct a pedestrian bridge for the ...
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ROBBED!

When Mitchell Low failed to pay his share of certain property expenses, his partner -- George Robb -- filed suit in New York County Supreme Court seeking to recover those sums. But because he waited ...
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WAITED TOO LONG TO GET PAID

Contract Dispute Resolution Board ("CDRB") dismisses claim as time-barred. The Contract Dispute Resolution Board ("CDRB"), chaired by ALJ Spooner, dismissed as time-barred a ...
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WHAT'S YOUR NAME?

Thirteen years after pleadomh guilty to drug possession, Keisha Sanders was finally convicted and sentenced to a one-year term. On appeal, Sanders claimed that the lengthy passage of time had deprived ...
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CUOMO SUSPENDS LAWS AND TOLLS TIME

Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutory Provisions Establishing Time Limitations on Actions and Time in Which to Take an Appeal WHEREAS, on October 26, 2012, I issued Executive Order Number ...
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