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Handling Potential Fraud Cases at the Civil Level

By Laurel Blankinship

The advocate can help make criminal prosecutions unlikely or even foreclose them for clients at the outset of their civil representation on overpayments and overissuances. The advocate must review notices and computations, scour files for evidence, and choose between settling and an administrative hearing.

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