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Eric Holder, Bank of America, and the Revolving Door

Eric Holder served as Attorney General of the United States from 2009 until earlier this year. Depending on whom you ask, his leadership of the Justice Department has been either great or terrible. Sticking to the facts, he is the first African American to serve as Attorney General. He also previously served as a U.S. [...]

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Bank of America Lender Liability Suit Revived

Nevada law says bank customers should review their statements monthly and promptly report any suspicious or unauthorized activity.  An additional time limit, called a statute of repose, says the bank is never liable for unauthorized checks or transfers if the customer doesn’t report the fraud within one year. Nevada’s law, like that similar laws in [...]

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Holistic Cardiologist Indicted for Medicare Fraud

Dr. Roy Heilbron was once affiliated with the Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health. According to the practice’s website, the Center helps patient be “free from sleep issues, weight, chronic headaches, pain, hormonal imbalances, digestive distress, anxiety, depression and so much more.” The Center may have to operate without Dr. Heilbron, however, as he was [...]

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Non Profit to Pay $20 Million in False Claims Act Case

Community Health Network, a large non-profit health system with locations throughout Indiana, agreed to pay over $20 million to settle Medicaid and Medicare fraud claims. The U.S. Department of Justice and the Indiana Medicaid Fraud Control Unit brought the case. According to a release from the Justice Department, Community Health contracted for out patient surgical [...]

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Madoff Victims Sues IRS for Tax Refund

The victims of Bernie Madoff lost billions of dollars. To lose that kind of money you first have to have money. And people who have money usually can afford lawyers. We have seen lawsuits against banks, accountants, hedge funds… anyone connected with Bernie Madoff Securities has probably been sued. The lawsuit brought by the estate [...]

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FATCA Leaves No Land Untouched

By Veronica Pamoukaghlian, Senior Journalist During the first half of 2015, 11 new countries have signed effective inter-governmental agreements (IGAs) with the US to reciprocally exchange information about offshore accounts. The new IGA signees include large financial markets like Qatar, South Korea, Colombia, and Iceland. Recently, the signature of an agreement with the Vatican made [...]

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Judges Tosses Jury Verdict in DuPont Whistleblower Case

We thought Jeffrey Simoneaux’ whistleblower case against DuPont was dead. On January 23rd of this year a federal jury in Baton Rogue, Louisiana ruled in favor of DuPont and tossed the False Claims Act and anti-retaliation suit brought by the former long time employee. Ordinarily, when a jury renders its verdict the case is over. Jeffrey Simoneaux [...]

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Appraisal Fraud Leads to $54 Million Whistleblower Award

The billion dollar whistleblower cases from the 2007 – 2008 housing bust have pretty much run their course.  There may be a few more in the pipeline but the time to file new claims (“statute of limitations”) from that era is exhausted. Most of those claims centered on shoddy lending practices; poor documentation, predatory lending [...]

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Medicare Fraud in the Big Easy

Some say that Louisiana is the most corrupt state in the United States. While others might argue that honor should go to Illinois or some other state, everyone agrees that Louisiana is corrupt. Even the former U.S. Attorney from Louisiana, Jim Letten, said “Louisiana is famous, if not infamous, for its corruption.” The feds say [...]

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Bank Linth and Bank Sparhafen Cooperate with IRS

Two more Swiss banks have agreed to pay million dollar fines and cooperate with the United States government. Bank Linth LLB AG and Bank Sparhafen Zurich AG have settled this week with the Justice Department. Both the IRS and Justice have been zealously pursuing banks around the world that may have assisted Americans hide money. [...]

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