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Judge: Feds wrong to abruptly cut off funds for Chicago children's psychiatric hospital accused of abuse
A federal judge has ordered a children's psychiatric hospital in Chicago, where patients have allegedly been exposed to “rampant” abuse, should continue receiving Medicare and Medicaid funds while the facility gets the chance to argue the federal government did not give the hospital time to correct problems.
A Chicago federal judge has kicked to the curb a suit by a former busing contracts manager for Chicago Public Schools, who alleged bus companies and school officials defrauded Medicaid in connection with transportation of special needs students.
POLSINELLI PC: Polsinelli’s Rodney Lewis Named 2018 “Most Notable Minority Lawyer” by Crain’s Chicago Business
Rodney Lewis, a shareholder in Polsinelli’s Chicago office, has been honored by Crain’s Chicago Business as one of the 2018 “Most Notable Minority Lawyers.”
Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli is pleased to announce its inclusion in the 2019 “Best Law Firms” list by U.S. News & World Report, receiving recognition in the highest-ranking Tier 1 score for 11 national practices.
POLSINELLI PC: Polsinelli Elects 17 New Shareholders Nationwide and Adds 21 New Associates Leading Into New Fiscal Year
Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli is pleased to announce the election of 17 attorneys to shareholder.
Judge: Not enough proof Pur Luv treats caused dog injuries, deaths to let class action vs Sergeants march on
A federal judge has declined to allow a class action lawsuit to move forward, which places blame for dog deaths and injuries on Sergeant’s Pur Luv treats, saying plaintiffs did not present enough evidence showing the treats are unsafe.
Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli has been ranked No. 11 among law firms nationwide in Patexia Inc.’s 2018 IPR Intelligence Report, which evaluates more than 1,100 law firms and 5,000 attorneys in the intellectual property space on activity and performance.
Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli is being recognized today as one of 52 BTI Innovation Champions by BTI Consulting Group, joining an elite list of law firms named “the absolute best innovators.”
A Chicago federal judge has agreed to drop a suburban hospital from a lawsuit brought by a doctor who claimed the hospital had submitted phony claims to Medicare, reversing his prior ruling, and saying he now sees the hospital’s alleged involvement in the alleged scheme was minimal at best and Advocate should have been dropped from the case.