A Duty to Preserve Mobile Data – YES!

A duty to use reasonable efforts to preserve potentially relevant information, including electronic data, arises when litigation has commenced or is reasonably anticipated. Today, mobile devices often contain unique, relevant data.  Moreover, due to available technology, preserving mobile data is now generally easy and relatively inexpensive. Quite simply, the combination of unique, relevant data with […]

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Ignore an Audit – Go to Jail

A physician did nothing to change billing practices, even after Medicare denied some of the physician’s remittance claims as a result of an audit.  This and other evidence helped convict the physician of Medicare fraud. In U.S. v. Uzoaga, the government asserted that the physician knowingly allowed a third party to submit fraudulent bills on […]

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