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Behavioral health company accused of violating Fair Credit Reporting Act

A multinational behavioral healthcare provider was accused of violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act of 1970 by the plaintiff.

Waller provided defense of the behavioral healthcare provider in the class action lawsuit alleging violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act of 1970.

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Cookeville Regional Medical Center resolves false claims allegations

Represented CRMC in a multi-year investigation regarding claims that the medical center violated the Anti-kickback Statute and Stark Law and negotiated a favorable settlement with the Department of Justice.

Former bankruptcy judge seeks representation in litigation matter

Represented Richard Schmidt, former bankruptcy judge, following issues of alleged impropriety in the bankruptcy process by Marble Ridge’s founder, Dan Kamensky.

HBCU fights death penalty sanction against its college of pharmacy

Representing a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in litigation against a national accreditation agency that withdrew accreditation from the HBCU’s school of pharmacy, one of only a handful in the United States that focuses on producing pharmacists of color.

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