The recent criminal conviction of a cardiologist who, in an effort to get paid for medical reports, falsely certified his patients as so injured by diet drugs that their heart valves were leaking blood, is just the latest case to show that vast pools of money in class action and mass tort litigation can be a catalyst for fraud and other problems.
Mass Money in Claims Administration Raises Questions
The Legal Intelligencer
November 27, 2012
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