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  • Can Multiple Whistleblowers File a Single Case?
    Can Multiple Whistleblowers File a Single Case?

    By: Allan M. Siegel The False Claims Act bars duplicate claims filed based on the same information as previous whistleblower claim . This so-called “first to file” requirement incentivizes ...

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  • What a Lawyer Looks for in a Car Accident Case
    What a Lawyer Looks for in a Car Accident Case

    By: Allan M. Siegel From a very broad perspective, if you are looking to hire a personal injury lawyer in an auto accident case, the lawyer will need three things: an injury, liability, and insurance ...

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  • CDC to Create a New Concussion Tracking System
    CDC to Create a New Concussion Tracking System

    By: Allan M. Siegel In the United States at least 1 million children suffer a concussion each year. However, the true number may be far higher. In fact, recent studies suggest the number is double ...

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  • Uber Rolls Out App Updates to Improve Driver Safety
    Uber Rolls Out App Updates to Improve Driver Safety

    By: Allan M. Siegel Over the next few weeks Uber will be introducing some significant updates to the version of its app used by drivers. The new features are designed to improve driver safety. The app ...

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  • Study Says Drivers Prefer Passenger Safety Over Pedestrian Safety When it Comes to Self-Driving Cars
    Study Says Drivers Prefer Passenger Safety Over Pedestrian Safety When it Comes to Self-Driving Cars

    By: Allan M. Siegel Driverless car technology is expected to help prevent thousands of accidents by removing the factor of human error. But what happens when we leave moral decisions up to a computer? ...

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  • Supreme Court: Failure to Comply With Medicare/Medicaid Rules Can Be a False Claims Act Violation
    Supreme Court: Failure to Comply With Medicare/Medicaid Rules Can Be a False Claims Act Violation

    By: Allan M. Siegel In a unanimous opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court held that whistleblower lawsuits may be based on a legal theory known as “implied certification.” Under this theory, whistleblowers ...

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