At will. But I do not want to sue my former company.
It's that the other company that sent me something illegal
THE ANTI-KICKBACK STATUTE (42 USC § 1320a-7b(b))
and I probably have to report them for this -even if it was "in error" on their part. Correct? I also think they owe me something for causing all of this in the first place. no?
Thanks Joseph. Much appreciated. So you are saying that it's basically pointless to speak to a personal injury/ healthcare attorney? AND..are you advising that I do report them to the Feds even though I know they made an error and it's probably not something they do(give healthcare kickbacks)? Also, do you think the harm that would come to me for reporting them is worth the damage it would/could do to my professional reputation out here as they are part of my prof network
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