As whistleblower lawyers and former prosecutors, we have seen a lot.  One of the most enjoyable aspects of both of those roles is the wide (and wild) variety of “fact patterns” that present themselves in the cases we have handled over the decades.  A recent Medicaid home health care fraud prosecution offers some lessons to would-be criminals in what not to do. After a while, one notices how cases have similar patterns but also their…

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