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May 20, 2020 - Evans Law Firm by |

San Francisco and California Whistleblower Attorney: Blowing The Whistle On Unnecessary Medical Tests And Procedures

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Charging The Government For Unnecessary Medical Tests Whistleblowers Rewarded For Blowing Whistle Health care providers defraud the government when they submit bills under Medicare, Medicaid and other government-backed programs for unnecessary medical tests and procedures. Private citizens who bring such fraud to light are rewarded under the False […]

Marin County and California Financial Elder Abuse Attorneys: Early Detection of Financial Elder Abuse

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Common Signs of Financial Elder Abuse What You Can Do About It Elder abuse is currently on the rise, and elders are more vulnerable than ever to financial abuse wrought by caretakers, insurance agents, financial advisors, girlfriends or boyfriends of the senior, persons acting under a Power of […]

May 18, 2020 - Evans Law Firm by |

San Francisco and California Whistleblower Attorney: Blowing The Whistle On Illegal Kickbacks In Healthcare Field

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Illegal Kickbacks For Prescribing Medical Devices Whistleblowers Rewarded For Blowing Whistle Kickbacks for medical referrals or prescription of medical devices violate the Anti-Kickback Statute, and, when the government is paying for the services, the False Claims Act. 42 U.S.C. § 1320a-7b (Anti-Kickback Statute); 31 U.S.C. §§ 3729 et […]

San Francisco and California Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Transfers By And Between Spouses

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER California Law On Duty Of “Highest Good Faith” For Spouses Prohibition of Taking Unfair Advantage In any transaction between married persons in California each spouse is subject to “a duty of the highest good faith and fair dealing” and prohibited from taking “any unfair advantage of the other.” […]

Alameda County and California Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Preying On The Elderly Through Marriage

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER California Law On Gifts to Care Custodians Tightening the Marriage Exemption California law presumes that gifts by an elder or dependent adult to their care custodian are the product of undue influence and void, unless the undue influence presumption is overcome by clear and convincing evidence to the […]

May 13, 2020 - Evans Law Firm by |

California and San Francisco Whistleblower and Tax Fraud Attorneys: IRS Whistleblower Cases for Offshore Tax Avoidance

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Internal Revenue Service Targets Offshore Tax Avoidance Billions Lost To Offshore Schemes Whistleblowers Rewarded For Assistance The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has created a special task force of agents dedicated exclusively to international tax enforcement as part of its criminal investigations unit. Whistleblowers with inside information concerning […]

California and Marin Financial Elder Abuse Attorneys: Signs of Financial Exploitation

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Financial Elder Abuse Can Strike Any Senior Isolated Seniors Are Most At Risk What To Watch Out For Statistics show that all seniors are vulnerable to financial exploitation but isolated seniors are at particular risk of. These risks are  intensified as we shelter in place. Caregivers, spouses, boyfriends […]

California and San Francisco Whistleblower Attorneys: Cryptocurrency Ponzi Schemes

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Commodity Futures Trading Commission Wants Whistleblower Help Blowing The Whistle On Fraud Millions Lose Money To Ponzi Schemes Millions of people lose money every year to Ponzi schemes, which can include lawful investments like securities, commodities, and virtual currencies.  The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) rewards individuals […]

May 8, 2020 - Evans Law Firm by |

California and San Francisco Whistleblower Attorney: Blowing The Whistle On Mortgage Fraud

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER HUD Violations By Reverse Mortgage Issuer Whistleblowers Rewarded For Blowing Whistle Fraud May Constitute Numerous Statutory Violations The U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”), announced a $2.47 million settlement of a case against a mortgage issuer for allegedly violating HUD regulations […]

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