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  • Kelly Soo Park, Ronnie Case, and Tatiana Arnold get all workers’ compensation fraud charges against them dropped in Los Angeles Superior Court

    The Los Angeles Superior Court writs department has just ruled last week that Superior Court Judge Larry Fidler, who has been presiding over the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case since March of 2017 plus during the pre-2015 investigation phase, has to dismiss all charges against Kelly Soo Park, Ronnie Case, and Tatiana Torres Arnold.  The charges are based upon workers’ compensation fraud. 

    The Superior Court found that the prosecution failed to commence their preliminary hearings timely. 

    In January and February 2020, the respective lawyers of these three defendants filed writs of mandate with the Superior Court alleging the prosecution violated their rights by not starting their preliminary hearings in a timely manner on or before November 14th 2019.  The trial judge, the honorable Larry Fidler, had ruled in late 2019 denying the defenses’ motion to dismiss all the charges based upon his firm belief and will to keep all the defendants together and joined.  He stated in open court and on the record during proceedings on December 13, 2019 that the defendants (petitioners) had “waived beyond the initial 60 day period” and had become subject to section 1050.1’s good cause exception and that “good cause for one is good cause for all”. 

    Most of the... Read More

    Landmark Medical Management Attorney, Dan Shallman, Continues To Testify In 2018 Evidentiary Hearing Over Privilege Issue In Orange County

    Search warrants were served on the Landmark Medical Management offices and CEO Kareem Ahmed’s home on October 8, 2013.

    Now fast forward to February 27th 2018 during proceedings in... Read More

    Defense In Landmark Medical Workers’ Compensation Fraud Case Still Hoping To Get Case Dismissed. Part II

    The beginning of the evidentiary hearing for the defense’s alleged attorney-client privilege violations in the Landmark case continues here from February 26th 2018.  Read the Part 1 article here if you missed it. Nicole Van Dyk: …  investigator Nichols, for example, did not merely conduct a search for Benjamin Gluck or Bird Marella and tag all... Read More

    Defense In Landmark Medical Workers’ Compensation Fraud Case Still Hoping To Get Case Dismissed For Attorney-Client Privilege Violations.

    The criminal case for workers’ compensation fraud against Landmark Medical Management, known in Orange County Superior Court as “The Landmark Case”, was continued from this past April 17th 2020 to Friday, June 26th 2020 due to the problem of the coronavirus pandemic.  All of California is still on lock-down and under stay-at-home orders from Governor... Read More

    Marvin Clifton, M.D., Louisiana Doctor, Sentenced to Prison In $500,000 Workers’ Comp Fraud Case

    Marvin Clifton, M.D., age 71, whose medical practice included physical therapy, was ordered to two years of supervised release following his imprisonment.  He was also ordered to pay a $50,000 fine and a $100 special assessment. The Baton Rouge, Louisiana, doctor has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison after being convicted of participating... Read More

    Racism At The Border.  Mexican Cops’ Ceaseless Ambitions To Rob White U.S. Americans Run High.   

    It happened the day President Trump announced the US-Mexico border would be closed to all non-essential traffic.  That was on Friday, March 20th 2020.  When I read that on “breaking news” from the LA Times late that morning, I believed I was stuck south of the border from California on the Pacific Coast and wouldn’t... Read More
    Kareem Ahmed, the CEO of Landmark, moves in high gear from the Orange County court house on February 28th 2018. photo copyright Lonce Lamonte

    Prosecution Under Peril From A Formidable Defense In Landmark Medical Fraud Case In Orange County

    The Landmark case, which is a criminal workers’ compensation fraud case, is in the Orange County Superior Court in Santa Ana still hanging in the balance on the verge of a preliminary hearing for three of the defendants connected with Landmark Medical Management. On Friday morning, March 13th 2020, the hearing for the Landmark defendants... Read More
    Marisa Schermbeck Nelson leaves Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center on December 2nd 2016

    Marisa Schermbeck Nelson Scheduled To Testify For The Prosecution In L.A. Uwaydah Case On March 27th 2020   

    Proceedings in the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case in downtown Los Angeles have been continued to Friday, March 27th 2020 at 10 am.  This workers’ compensation fraud case counting hundreds of millions of dollars in fraudulent billings plus numerous patient abuses dates back to Dr. Uwaydah’s medical practice beginnings in California in the year 2001. ... Read More
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