Attorney General charged Walgreens for overcharging on drugs prescribed for workers’ compensation claimants.
Glenn Pearson argued “mitigating circumstances” to try to keep his producer license during the four years he is going to serve for embezzling veterans’ benefit checks.
Anthony May received eight months in federal prison for income tax evasion but the Division allowed him to keep his producer license.
The employee leasing firm paid agricultural workers in cash not to leave any audit trail for carriers or the IRS.
The former owner of a Boston forensic accounting firm focused on representing insurance companies was sentenced on December 18, 2017, in federal court in Boston.