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Power of Attorney Breach – Time-Barred Claims

Michael Coyle, Jacqueline Coyle, Jon Coyle, and Amanda Coyle are the children of Hubert Coyle, who died in 2007. After Hubert died, the Siblings sued Amanda, alleging that she had, between 1996 and 2007, engaged in identified wrongful acts that reduced the value of Hubert’s estate, and, thereby, reduced the shares of the estate bequeathed to the Siblings in Hubert’s will.

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Conspiracy – Referral Kickbacks

On March 25, 2015, after a seven‐week trial, a jury convicted Edward Novak and Clarence Nagelvoort of knowingly and willfully causing Sacred Heart Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, to offer and pay kickbacks to physicians in return for patient referrals, in violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1320a–7b(b)(2)(A)(Anti‐Kickback Statute), and conspiracy to do so in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 371.

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Attorneys Fees

Kenneth Baker and several of his family members sued the City of Chicago, eight named police officers, a number of unknown officers, as well as two private citizens and the company employing them, alleging civil rights violations and state law tort claims.

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