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Shining the Light on the Dark Web

On behalf of Kaplan Marino posted in White Collar Crime on Sunday , October 22, 2017.

In early October, a Greek judge ruled that one of the world’s highest profile financial cybercriminals, the suspected mastermind of a $4 billion bitcoin money laundering ring, should be extradited to the United States to stand trial.

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Remarks by Attorney General Sessions to Law Enforcement About the Opioid Epidemic

On behalf of Kaplan Marino posted in Pharmacy Law on Friday , October 06, 2017.

Attorney General Sessions Made Remarks to Law Enforcement About the Opioid Epidemic in Harrisburg, PA on Friday. Below are his remarks as prepared for delivery. ~ Thank you, Bruce, for that kind introduction, and thank you for your more than 30 years of service to the Department of Justice. Bruce, I also want to thank … Continue reading Remarks by Attorney General Sessions to Law Enforcement About the Opioid Epidemic

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Medical Clinics Operators Charged in Conspiracy to Divert Massive Amounts of Prescription Narcotics to the Black Market

On behalf of Kaplan Marino posted in Health Care Law on Wednesday , August 30, 2017.

Glendale Defense Attorney and Others Involved in Scheme Allegedly Obstructed Justice by Creating Fake Medical Records to Justify Fraudulent Prescriptions The operators of seven medical clinics were among 12 defendants taken into custody earlier this month on federal drug trafficking charges that allege they diverted at least 2 million prescription pills – including oxycodone and … Continue reading Medical Clinics Operators Charged in Conspiracy to Divert Massive Amounts of Prescription Narcotics to the Black Market

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Pharmacist Pleads Guilty to Health Care Fraud Charges for Role in $192 Million Compounded Medication Scheme; Pharmacy Marketer Also Pleads Guilty

On behalf of Kaplan Marino posted in Pharmacy Law on Monday , August 07, 2017.

DOJ Press Release: The Pharmacist in Charge of a Hattiesburg, Mississippi compounding pharmacy pleaded guilty today to health care fraud charges for his role in a scheme that defrauded TRICARE and private insurance companies out of at least $192 million in payments for medically unnecessary compounded medications. Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Blanco of … Continue reading Pharmacist Pleads Guilty to Health Care Fraud Charges for Role in $192 Million Compounded Medication Scheme; Pharmacy Marketer Also Pleads Guilty

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