The Complete Advocate II: Employment Offenses in Health Care Contexts, A Practice File for Representing Clients from Beginning to End
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The Complete Advocate II: Employment Offenses in Health Care Contexts, A Practice File for Representing Clients from Beginning to End, is designed to guide a student through all aspects of a legal process: researching an area of law, filing pleadings, writing and arguing motions, proposing settlement, and pursuing and arguing appeals-from the beginning of the process to the end.
The Complete Advocate II: Employment Offenses in Health Care Contexts case file includes intake memos and assignments, including drafting pleadings, preparing litigation memoranda, and filing an appeal. It also includes depositions, affidavits, exhibits, motions and orders of the district court. The corresponding Teacher's Manual provides private, confidential facts for use in mediation sessions and trial practice. The facts of the cases, set in the Tenth Circuit, revolve around the federal False Claims Act (FCA) and the federal Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS).
The Complete Advocate II: Employment Offenses in Health Care Contexts not only provides students with an education in the substantive and procedural dimensions of the subject matter, it also provides them with a paradigm for practice-a conceptual model from which they can pattern their future approaches to a litigation matter, regardless of its type.
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