Next is a discussion of testing conducted with a battery-powered chainsaw in which basic motion characteristics of kickback
In a separate interview, Dr Ayham Reft, managing director of medical billing consultant Accumed PM, who found shocking discrepancies in diagnostic tests prescribed by doctors in a recent survey, said: "There is an issue with kickbacks
in the market and we could do with some whistleblowers."
After they became aware of the government's investigation, the leaders of the two nursing home chains allegedly created backdated documents in a further attempt to hide the kickback
Saw manufacturers have also developed safety features to lessen the probability of kickback
Securing the work piece allows the operator to keep two hands on the saw and increases control over kickback
The market and practices of the title insurance industry are worthy of further study following federal and state investigations identifying potentially illegal activities such as kickbacks
, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office issued April 24.
Parties on both sides of an impermissible kickback
transaction are liable.
So-called "rebating" of title insurance is restricted under several state laws and the federal Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, which bars paying or accepting "any fee, kickback
, or thing of value" in connection with a referral for any real estate settlement service that involves "a federally related mortgage loan." Under guidelines issued by HUD, a mortgage loan is considered to be "federally related" if it involves permanent financing; is secured by a lien on improved residential property; and is made by a lender that either is regulated by a federal agency, such as the Federal Reserve, or has federal insurance on its deposit accounts.
The major focus of the following stages was the patient's foot position on the body and kickback
Bond is slated to go to trial in November for the kickback
The prosecutors said in the opening statement that Sato had concealed the alleged kickbacks
by entrusting the money with his acquaintances or preparing false documents to show the money was not a kickback
(a) profess loyalty to the government (b) go abroad for further study (c) teach for a year in a madrassa (d) pay a bribe or kickback