Green & Associates in the News

Tracy Green Comments on a Medical Director’s Oversight of Drug Medi-Cal

A Southern California medical director is the target of an anti-fraud crackdown after allegedly approving thousands of dollars worth of counseling for rehab patients despite not verifying whether the patients’ treatment was medically necessary. In an interview with CNN, Green discusses a similar case in which her client faced fraud allegations because he was too trusting of clinic operators.

Tracy Green Speaks about Medicare Issues in the Chiropractic Field in USA Today Article

Chiropractors receive hundreds of millions of dollars from Medicare each year, and regulatory agencies are starting to question whether the funds are well-spent or gained through fraudulent means. Attorney Tracy Green provides her two cents on the subject.

Tracy Green Speaks about Medicare Issues in the Chiropractic Field in USA Today Article

Chiropractors receive hundreds of millions of dollars from Medicare each year, and regulatory agencies are starting to question whether the funds are well-spent or gained through fraudulent means. Attorney Tracy Green provides her two cents on the subject.

ABC Interviews Green about Death of West Coast Detox Patient

A 28-year-old man checked into West Coast Detox Services, an alcohol and drug treatment facility, and was found dead sometime later. Attorney Tracy Green speaks in defense of the treatment center against accusations of negligence.

Green Quoted on LA Times on Prescriptions and Criminal Liability

If a patient overdoses on prescription medicine, should his or her physician be held criminally liable? Attorney Tracy Green talks about the thin line between criminal behavior and medical malpractice.

Green Obtains Probation for Film Producer in Iowa Fraud Case

The California film producer pleaded guilty to charges of fraud, forgery, and conspiracy to commit forgery. Attorney Tracy Green was able to convince the judge to give him two years of probation in place of a prison sentence.

Green Provides Comment on Medical Workers Drug Test Scandal for LA Times

More than 140 medical workers in a substance abuse program allegedly failed drug or alcohol screenings, yet were allowed to continue working since the screenings were conducted along incorrect standards, invalidating the results. Attorney Tracy Green gives her thoughts on the matter.

Nursing Board on High Alert, Says Green in Article about Complaint against Chargers Doctor

A team doctor for the San Diego Chargers had a complaint filed against him accusing him of alcohol abuse and unprofessional conduct. Attorney Tracy Green believes medical practitioners are enduring extra scrutiny by state boards due to recent substance and alcohol abuse scandals.

Green Quoted on LA Times Article on Temp Firms and Unqualified Nurses

Temp firms may be supplying nurses with histories misconduct to medical centers in addition to committing regulatory abuses. Attorney Tracy Green provides a brief statement.

Firm Defends Producer of The Tudors against Fraud Charges

The producer of the popular television series was accused of falsifying contracts to attain loans for the financing of a film. Green & Associates provided legal representation in this high profile case.

Firm Defends Doctor against Allegations of Being Involved in Valley Medi-Cal Scheme

The doctor along with six others were accused of falsifying prescriptions to collect more than half a million dollars from Medi-Cal. Green & Associates obtained dismissal of charges against their client.

Judge Not to Pay toward Civil Settlement in Laundering Case Thanks to Efforts of Green

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge does not have to pay any money toward a large civil settlement after being accused of laundering in a suit brought by brokerage firms. Attorney Tracy Green and her colleagues provided the judge with legal representation in this important case.

Tentative Settlement in Federal Case Involving Superior Court Judge Falls Through – Attorney Tracy Green Responds

The tentative settlement reached earlier in the month fell through after defendants were allegedly unable to come up with the money. The central defendant's attorney, Tracy Green, provided comments on the ordeal.

Green Brought in on Defense in $1.5 Million Health Care Scam

Four suspects were arrested on suspicion of falsifying claims with Medi-Cal and Medicare and defrauding them of more than a million dollars. Attorney Tracy Green was brought in on the case to act as part of the defense.

Green Represents Vendors in Retaliation Case against Provenzano Resources Incorporated

Several vendors in Santa Monica allegedly faced retaliation by PRI after complaining to the City staff about the management company's terms. Attorney Tracy Green acted as attorney for some of the involved vendors.

Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon Accused of Gross Negligence and Sexual Misconduct – Green Brought in On Case

The prominent surgeon faced probable license revocation after allegations were brought against him by three female patients. Attorney Tracy Green was incorporated into the surgeon's defense team.

Green Provides Statement to LA Times on California's Medical Fraud Crisis

Despite the state's efforts to crack down on Medi-Cal abuses, medical practitioners and other professionals in the health-care industry are fraudulently extracting huge sums from the program. Attorney Tracy Green shares her thoughts on the matter.

Green Asserts Clients Have Nothing to Do With Kidnap-Slaying in LA Times Article

An apparent kidnapping-murder victim whose body was found in a northern California lake was under investigation by the Internal Revenue Service for alleged tax fraud. Attorney Tracy Green states that her clients, who were also targets of the IRS investigation, had nothing to do with the tragic occurrence.

Immigration Consultants Accused of Being Con Men – Green Provides a Statement

Immigrants in California are allegedly being exploited by fraudulent immigration consultants, some even without a proper license. Attorney Tracy Green expresses her opinion on the topic in this San Francisco Chronicle article.