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Monthly Archives: October 2019

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What is Genetic Testing Fraud?

By McCabe Rabin, P.A. |

Cancer genomic testing, also known as CGX testing, is a type of laboratory test that uses DNA sequencing to detect gene mutations that could indicate a higher risk cancer. In essence, this is a cancer screening test. Medicare covers CGX testing in very limited circumstances. CGX testing is very expensive, with the government paying… Read More »

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Have Something in Common? Doesn’t Mean the Investment He or She is Pitching is Real.

By McCabe Rabin, P.A. |

As attorneys who represent investors who have lost money to fraudulent investments, the one thing all of our clients agree upon is that their investment advisor “seemed like a really great guy/gal”. The old adage “you can catch more flies with honey than vinegar” is correct. Fraudsters know how to turn on the charm…. Read More »

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Beware of Federal Liability for Email and Social Media Hacking During a Divorce

By McCabe Rabin, P.A. |

When a couple is going through a divorce, it is common for tensions to run high and emotion to cloud good judgment. Add into the mix a spouse’s concern that the other spouse may be having an affair, hiding assets, or manipulating the couple’s children, and the first spouse may feel justified in accessing… Read More »

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I Just Received a Subpoena for Deposition. What Do I Do?

By McCabe Rabin, P.A. |

The last person you want to see when you open your front door is a process server. Despite your best intentions, one day, it could happen to you. Process servers are tasked with delivering an assortment of court documents, including discovery subpoenas in civil cases. This post will address what to do when you… Read More »

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A Slight Expansion in Liability Under Federal Securities Laws

By McCabe Rabin, P.A. |

Do you ever copy-and-paste a statement without thinking twice of the implications? The United States Supreme Court recently expanded the reach of federal securities laws and who can be held liable for violating them. In Lorenzo v. Securities and Exchange Commission, 139 S. Ct. 1094 (2019), the Court held that a person can be… Read More »

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