Archive for the ‘Business Misconduct’ Category

  • Eight Favorable Laws In The Plaintiffs’ Toolbox

    • 08/14/10
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    Studies suggest that juries most often return verdicts in favor of tort defendants in Massachusetts. But, Massachusetts plaintiffs and their lawyers have some laws for which they can be thankful. Laws providing for strict liability, multiple or punitive damages, 12% prejudgment interest and attorney’s fees help to balance the scales of justice. PREJUDGMENT INTEREST G.L. […]

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  • Whistleblowers Get $10 Million For Medicaid and Medicare Billing Fraud

    • 09/16/08
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    Under federal and state false claims acts, whistleblowers can reap huge windfalls by helping the government to uncover fraudulent practices. In a recent New York case, a patient and a doctor in a whistleblower suit will receive a total of $9.9 million out of a settlement paid to the federal and state governments. New York’s […]

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  • About The Corporate Liability Law Blog

    • 09/01/08
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    We created The Corporate Liability Blog to provide information that is helpful to plaintiffs and their attorneys who are working to hold corporations accountable when they violate the law. We will soon be regularly posting commentary, important documents, and links to useful websites and blogs.

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