On the Record
A former Batlimore restaurant owner pleaded guilty in a scam to collect $3 million from insurance proceeds by burning down his house.
A Tennessee man was sentenced to 12 years prison for conducting a workers compensation scheme that defrauded insurance companies doing business in Virginia and Tennessee of more than $400,000.
Melville, N.Y.-based PJP Heath Inc. has settled a lawsuit accusing it of age-based harassment, discrimination and retaliation against three former employees.
Two brothers from Colts Neck, N.J., are accused of running a racketeering ring over the last five years in which they hired people to recruit traffic accident victims as patients and cheated insurance companies out of millions of dollars, according to acting state Attorney General John Hoffman.
A Monmouth County, New Jersey, woman has been indicted for allegedly attempting to steal more than $500,000 from Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey through claims fraud.
William Rapfogel, former executive director and chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty (Met Council), and David Cohen, also a former executive director of the council, pleaded guilty to multiple felony charges in a $9 million grand larceny and kickback scheme.
An Old Forge, Pa., pharmacist pleaded guilty in Scranton to health care fraud charges for defrauding a health insurer and Medicaid.
Securities company, WestPark Capital, has been assessed a civil monetary penalty for failure to reasonably supervise a New York financial broker, who previously had his registration with New Jersey officials revoked.
A California broker was sentenced to five years in jail and ordered to pay $1.2 million in restitution for his participation in a Ponzi scheme targeting Latino seniors.
The president of a New Jersey roofing company pleaded guilty to providing false and misleading information to the company’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier in order to avoid paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in insurance premiums.