Special Fraud Alert Released by OIG Following Nationwide Arrest of Dozens Accused in Telehealth Scams
    On July 20, 2022, the Department of Justice announced charges against 36 criminal defendants across 13 different federal districts for healthcare fraud violations resulting in Government losses in excess of $1.2 billion.
    ESOPs & Employee Benefits Q2 2022 Client Update
    We’ve compiled a short list of employee benefits updates from the second quarter of 2022.
    The Three E’s For Being A Great Board Member
    John M. Bredehoft and Dustin H. DeVore recently authored an article for CUES.
    Time For Your Credit Union’s Legal Spring Cleaning
    Samantha J. Forsyth recently authored an article for CUES.
    Attorneys In Power Positions Amid Talent Shortage
    William R. Van Buren, III, was recently quoted in an article in Virginia Business titled “Attorneys In Power Positions Amid Talent Shortage.”
    Analysis of Potential Appraisal and AVM Bias In Lending — PAVEing the Path to the Unknown?
    Frank A. Hirsch, Jr. authored the article “Analysis of potential appraisal and AVM bias in lending — PAVEing the path to the unknown?”
    ESOPs & Employee Benefits Update – Q1 2022 Client Update
    Happy Spring from the K&C ESOPs & Employee Benefits practice group. We’ve compiled a short list of employee benefits updates from the first quarter of 2022.
    Title Insurance Client Alert – Supreme Court of Virginia Holds Restrictive Covenant Unenforceable
    Yesterday, in an unpublished order, the Supreme Court of Virginia held that a covenant restricting the sale of property on Smith Mountain Lake was unenforceable due to changed circumstances.
    Employment Law Alert – Workplace COVID-19 Protocols Revoked
    As expected, on March 21, 2022, the Virginia Safety and Health Codes Board (Codes Board) met and voted to revoke 16 VAC 25-220, commonly called the Final Permanent Standard.
    Title Insurance Client Alert – Fourth Circuit Rejects Borrower’s Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claim Against Deed of Trust Trustee. Tayal v. Bank of NY Mellon, Case No. 20-1790
    Recently, a unanimous panel of the United States Circuit Court for the Fourth Circuit issued an unpublished opinion shooting down a borrower’s claim that the substitute trustee of his deed of trust breached its fiduciary duties by not stopping a foreclosure sale based on a dispute about amounts owing to the lender until after the borrower retained counsel and filed suit.