Medicare Exclusion Action Successfully Defended

Posted on Firm News August 31, 2012 by author

Parker Eastin, Partner at Nicholson & Eastin LLP, persuaded the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to close their investigation into and attempts at implementing a Medicare exclusion of a provider following a federal criminal conviction.  Mr. Eastin successfully argued that the conviction was unrelated to the provider’s practice of medicine, and that the criminal conviction was only a Read more →

Medical License Investigation Closed with No Action

Posted on Firm News July 18, 2012 by author

DOH investigation of pain management physician’s medical license closed after Nicholson & Eastin, LLP demonstrate that the physician did not violate the medical practice act or the controlled substance laws.  After submitting a point-by-point rebuttal of the allegations regarding the handling and prescribing of controlled substances contained in the DOH notice of investigation, the DOH closed the investigation Read more →

Revocation of DEA Registration Reversed

Posted on Firm News June 20, 2012 by author

DEA reverses revocation of pharmacy controlled substance registration after Nicholson & Eastin, LLP argues that the revocation was done without authority.  The attorneys at Nicholson & Eastin, in a demand letter for rescission of the revocation, pointed out that the regulation DEA relied upon in imposing the revocation did not authorize the action under the facts of the particular case.  After Read more →

Medicare Overpayment Successfully Challenged

Posted on Firm News March 14, 2012 by author

Threatened Medicare overpayments against 4 physicians amounting to several hundred thousand dollars abandoned by Medicare after Nicholson & Eastin, LLP appeal to CMS over erroneous interpretation of coverage determination by the Medicare carrier.  Robert Nicholson, managing attorney of the firm, travelled to CMS headquarters to make the case that the Medicare carrier was misapplying the national coverage determination regarding Read more →

Firm Secures Misdemeanor Plea in Public Corruption Case

Posted on Firm News February 28, 2012 by author

Nicholson & Eastin, LLP attorneys Robert Nicholson and Parker Eastin secured a misdemeanor plea and probation for a public employee facing multiple 20 year felony counts alleging public corruption and and bribe taking.  After being presented with the true facts of the case, and facing the prospect of a vigorous trial defense, the prosecution agreed to the disposition Read more →

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