Dr. Nick Oberheiden is a profoundly experienced government criminal protection lawyer who zeros in his training on issue including medical services misrepresentation and other middle class offenses. He is authorized to rehearse in government courts the nation over, and has been a continuous master visitor on TV and public broadcasts.
A government criminal protection lawyer with long stretches of involvement with unpredictable and high-profile medical care extortion matters, Dr. Nick Oberheiden has given remarks to various news sources. Having addressed customers in significant medical care extortion examinations and common and criminal arraignments the nation over, Dr. Oberheiden is a persistent and enthusiastic backer for his customers.
Dr. Oberheiden’s aptitude stretches out to all issue in the government criminal field. He firmly practices his arrangement abilities during the insightful and pre-preliminary cycles, and has a huge history in government law medical care matters.
Organizer of Oberheiden, P.C. (in the past Oberheiden Law Group PLLC)
Dr. Oberheiden is the Founder and Managing Partner of Oberheiden, P.C.. In the past known as Oberheiden Law Group PLLC, Oberheiden, P.C. is a public government guard law office with 11 workplaces the nation over. At Oberheiden, P.C., Dr. Oberheiden drives a group of previous government investigators and experienced safeguard lawyers who handle an expansive scope of bureaucratic cases, with a specific accentuation on common and criminal medical services misrepresentation matters.
Dr. Oberheiden is accessible to fill in as a specialist visitor or observer on all issue relating to government criminal protection and medical care extortion. His training regions include:
Government Civil and Criminal Investigations
Government Trials and Appeals (Civil and Criminal)
Medical services Fraud Audits
Government medical care, Medicaid, Tricare, and Department of Labor (DOL) Fraud
Exchanges with Federal Prosecutors
Middle class Criminal Defense (counting Bank Fraud, Conspiracy, Insurance Fraud, Mail Fraud, Mortgage Fraud, Money Laundering, RICO Violations, Securities Fraud, Tax Fraud, and Wire Fraud)
Media Coverage and Expert Commentary
Dr. Oberheiden has had a few of his cases included in the media, and he has given master critique on TV and radio projects broadcasted in every one of the 50 states. This incorporates projects, for example,
Fox News (TV)
Fox News National Radio
Beginning Communication Network
The Jeff Crilley Show
The Jim Bohannon Show
The Lars Larson Show
The Rusty Humphries Show
Government Bar Admissions
Dr. Oberheiden is conceded to rehearse in excess of 25 government preliminary and investigative courts the nation over. He likewise regularly addresses people and corporate customers in other government locales on a star hac bad habit premise. Dr. Oberheiden’s government area court bar affirmations include:
Eastern District of Arkansas
Western District of Arkansas
Region of Colorado
Northern District of Illinois
Focal District of Illinois
Northern District of Indiana
Region of Maryland
Eastern District of Michigan
Eastern District of Missouri
Western District of Missouri
Region of Nebraska
Region of New Mexico
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
Area of North Dakota
Western District of Oklahoma
Western District of Tennessee
Northern District of Texas
Eastern District of Texas
Western District of Texas
Southern District of Texas
Eastern District of Wisconsin
Dr. Oberheiden is additionally authorized to rehearse in the accompanying government re-appraising locales:
US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (Connecticut, New York, and Vermont)
US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi)
US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee)
US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands)
US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit (Alabama, Florida, and Georgia)
Government Investigative, Law Enforcement, and Healthcare Agencies
Dr. Oberheiden has effectively addressed customers in examinations and arraignments including all significant government insightful, law requirement, and medical care organizations. He has specific experience protecting customers in cases including:
Places for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
Division of Defense (DOD)
Division of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG)
Division of Justice (DOJ)
Division of Labor (DOL)
Medication Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Government Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Government health care Fraud Strike Force
U.S. Lawyer’s Office
Test Case Results
In complex bureaucratic cases, mediating in the public authority’s examination and battling to keep charges from being recorded is the most ideal approach to safeguard customers who are conceivably confronting a great many dollars in monetary obligation and years, if not many years, of government detainment. Dr. Nick Oberheiden has significant involvement with guarding customers during the analytical interaction, and he has been effective in shielding customers from criminal prosecutions in the staggering larger part of all cases he has taken care of. In examinations under the False Claims Act (which is a remarkably wide rule and one of the central government’s most-strong apparatuses for indicting medical services misrepresentation), to date not a solitary one of Dr. Oberheiden’s customers has confronted common or criminal responsibility.
Some new instances of Dr. Oberheiden’s case results include:
No considerate or criminal responsibility for a corporate customer confronting expected common and criminal punishments in a Medicare misrepresentation examination directed by the U.S. Lawyer’s Office and the FBI.
No respectful or criminal obligation for a customer confronting government detainment for Medicare misrepresentation in an examination led by the DOJ and the FBI.
No considerate or criminal obligation for a customer confronting likely thoughtful and criminal punishments in a medical services extortion examination led by the DOJ and the OIG.
No polite or criminal obligation for a customer for a situation where Dr. Oberheiden had the option to exhibit to the U.S. Lawyer’s Office that his customer was ensured by a semi-secret Medicare law special case.
No polite or criminal obligation for a customer confronting different punishments for supposed medical care law infringement in an examination led by the FBI regarding the OIG.
No respectful or criminal risk for a customer being designated by the OIG for numerous supposed Medicare-related offenses.
No thoughtful or criminal responsibility for a medical care supplier or any of its leaders or representatives following a joint examination by the FBI and OIG focusing on supposed infringement of various government medical care laws.
No respectful or criminal risk for a corporate customer or any of its chiefs or chiefs in a huge scope criminal medical services extortion examination including a few government law authorization offices.
No affable or criminal risk for a customer confronting numerous charges of government medical services wrongdoings in an examination including the U.S. Lawyer’s Office and other law authorization organizations. Dr. Oberheiden’s portrayal brought about end of the examination without charges.
No thoughtful or criminal responsibility for a medical care supplier confronting charges of Medicare misrepresentation in a multi-organization examination. Likewise with a large number of different cases recorded above, Dr. Oberheiden had the option to end his customer’s examination before charges being recorded.
Instructive Background and Publications
Dr. Oberheiden holds three postgraduate educations and furthermore has formal preparing in exchange and intervention strategies from Harvard University. He has wrote books and articles. His Ph.D. postulation, an experimental investigation of the functions of the U.S., Brazilian, and German Supreme Courts, has been referred to by U.S. High Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer and the Chief Justice of Brazil, among others. Dr. Oberheiden’s formal legitimate instruction incorporates:
Juris Doctor (J.D.) from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
J.D. from Hamburg Law School in Germany
PhD in Law from the University of Heidelberg, School of Law
Arrangement and Mediation Training, Harvard University
Notwithstanding his scholastic distributions, Dr. Oberheiden has shown courses in U.S. Protected law and common and criminal government methodology in the United States, South America, Europe, and Africa. He additionally proceeds to regularly distribute articles on Oberheiden, P.C’s. blog.
Message from Dr. Nick Oberheiden
For near the last decade, my whole lawful practice has been dedicated to aiding people and organizations stay away from inappropriate punishments in ridiculous and misinformed government examinations. While medical services extortion is without a doubt an undeniable issue, I additionally realize that by far most of genuine medical services suppliers put forth a valiant effort to consent to the unnecessarily perplexing Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, and other government medical services advantage program charging prerequisites. However, with government law authorization specialists’ command to take action against misrepresentation, waste, and misuse, numerous suppliers are being compelled to guard themselves in intrusive and exceptionally troublesome examinations. In spite of the fact that law implementation in the medical care area is irrefutably essential, no individual or association ought to be denied of its legitimate or Constitutional rights.In government medical services misrepresentation examinations, the punishments can be significant. Indeed, even suppliers who put forth a valiant effort yet wind up committing genuine errors can confront critical monetary punishments. They can likewise confront medical services advantage program prohibition, which is viably a capital punishment for some kinds of medical care suppliers. On the off chance that investigators accept that they have adequate proof of purpose to cheat Medicare, Medicaid, or another medical care advantage program, they can look for criminal punishments under the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback St