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Michael S. Winsten

Prepare Estate Planning Early to Discourage Any Undue Influence Over a Will-Maker

Susceptibility to manipulation from those who will defraud or steal grows as people become more elderly or ill. Targeted attacks on vulnerable older people to exert what attorneys deem "undue influence" constitutes elder abuse. It disrupts the older persons' impulse to provide for loved ones and instead leaves assets to the manipulator.
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Michael S. Winsten

Overpayment Refund Claims In Commercial Health Care Relationships

A frustrating and expensive, yet pervasive irritant in the relationship between healthcare providers and payors are overpayments made in what can be called the "ordinary course of business" due to mistakes and inadvertence. This recurring pattern can be called the "ordinary course of business"...
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Caroline Simson

Kuwaiti Embassy Hit With $5.4M Claim From Health Care Co.

Health care services company DaVita Inc. sued the Embassy of the State of Kuwait in D.C. Federal Court on Monday, accusing it of wrongfully refusing to arbitrate claims that it has withheld more than $5.4 million in payments owed under contracts to provide dialysis services to Kuwaiti citizens in the U.S.
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