About jmdenison

Patent and Trademark Attorney practicing in Chicago, Illinois accepting clients nationwide. We also do trademarks, general intellectual property and business litigation. See our website at www.DenisonLaw.com. Now suspended for 3 years by the Illinois Atty Regn and Disciplinary Commission for blogging about corruption and telling truths that the ARDC wants to cover up. Still a patent agent, tho.

From RM/FB: Dr. Farid Fata convicted 45 years for fake cancer diagnoses and hundreds of thousands in health insurance/medicare/medicaid fraud.

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In 2013, Dr. Farid Fata of Michigan was convicted of health care fraud of the worst sort–billing insurance, medicare and medicaid for false diagnoses of cancer treatments and chemo.  But then in an effort to further cover up the crimes, the are hospitals started billing patient families outrageous sums for getting their loved ones medical records.

It’s a system of fraud, corruption and greed.  And it clearly wasn’t just one doctor… many others should have been imprisoned too apparently.

more than 550 patients and $34 million dollars in fraud.

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Guess who just filed an appearance in the Estate of Ralla Klepak?

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Continuing the saga of Miriam Solo Greenfield Faskowitz’s endeavors in Probate cases, the Illinois State ATG just filed an appearance in the Estate of Ralla Klepak.

I would post this to her timeline, but I’m afraid the powers that be will shut it down.  Shssh, don’t tell them.

From the docket sheet today:

Activity Date:    01/07/2020
Estate of:    KLEPAK RALLA
APPEARANCE FILED – FEE WAIVED
Court Fee:$0.00Attorney:ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE
100 W RANDOLPH ST
CHICAGO , IL 60601
312-8143000
Judgement Amount:$0.00Judge:
Rep, Minor or Claimant:Microfilm:000000000
Court Date:Court Room:
Court Time:0000Insurance Code:
Shared Case Number:

Activity Date:    01/07/2020
Estate of:    KLEPAK RALLA
APPEARANCE FILED – FEE WAIVED
Court Fee:$0.00Attorney:ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE
100 W RANDOLPH ST
CHICAGO , IL 60601
312-8143000
Judgement Amount:$0.00Judge:
Rep, Minor or Claimant:Microfilm:000000000
Court Date:Court Room:
Court Time:0000Insurance Code:

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From FB: How to Operate Smoothly in Probate with Little Oversight, the story of Miriam Solo Soloveichik Greenfield Faskowitz

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Miriam Solo (aka Miriam Greenfield, Miriam Soloveichik, Miriam Faskowitz)

licensed attorney, Illinois.

Parents: Rose Joffen (Raizel) and Chaim Borouch Faskowitz

Siblings: 4 siblings, 5 children total. Moshe, Moredchai, Brandy and Michel.

Link to supporting document file:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wZKLV_7s6uYmE-Heg83u3wWmO7be7k-Z

Estate involvement:

1) Estate of Marjorie Ivy, a long time girl friend of brother Mordecai Faskowitz

On April 11, 2014, Chris Ivy, the nephew of Marjorie Ivy, files a Petition to become the Independent Administrator of his deceased sister Marjorie Ivy. Page 1

According to a October 11, 2013 article in the Chicago Tribune, Mordecai Faskowitz shared an apartment with 70 year old Marjorie Ivy, page 12. The Cook County medical examiner’s office determined that Marjorie Ivy died from multiple stab wounds and cuts in a homicide. Mordechai Faskowitz was held without bail on a murder charge.

Marjorie Ivy had been dead for days, because a man who had keys to the building…

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From FB: Startling stats in Illinois. 123 children dead within a year after DCFS involvement

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123 children died within a year of DCFS involvement, study finds

CHICAGO — The inspector general of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services is out with some startling statistics: 123 children died within a year of becoming involved with the child welfare system over the last fiscal year.

“This is wholly unacceptable and represents a nearly 25% increase from the prior year,” Cook County Public Guardian Charles Golbert wrote in a statement to reporters.

A deeper dive into the inspector general’s report examining the period between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019, reveals of the 123 deaths, 24 were ruled homicide, 37 were accidental, 34 were deemed “natural,” 7 were suicide and the cause of death in 21 was undetermined.

DCFS’ policies and procedures have faced renewed scrutiny after the death of A.J. Freund in April 2019. DCFS was repeatedly warned of problems in the home but the…

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From FB: 40 things women could not do before the 1970s

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40 Basic Rights Women Did Not Have Until The 1970s
By Trista

40 Basic Rights Women Did Not Have Until The 1970s

(warning, original site is filled with ads that will slow down or crash your computer)

Women have come a long way in this world; well, in America, especially. Although ladies can pretty much hop in their car, get a job, have a drink, and do whatever else they please, this was not always the case. Although you might be familiar with the fact that women had to fight for their rights, you probably don’t realize how many basic things females were denied. (White) Men, on the other hand, were not rejected from these same primary benefits. Luckily, times have changed, but some even in the 21st century, ladies still struggle for equal pay — something that has been a fight for decades..
A woman shopping with magnetic stripe…

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From FB: Randall v. Davison 4th Circuit; public officials cannot block critics on their FB page

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In one of the first decisions of its kind, the 4th circuit has held that when a public official owns a FB page to conduct business, contact constiutents, and perform duties, it cannot block critics from posting on that page.

The decision may be found here:  http://www.ca4.uscourts.gov/opinions/172002.P.pdf

Some quotes from the case

Phyllis Randall, Chair of the Loudoun County, Virginia, Board of Supervisors (the
“Loudoun Board”), brings this appeal, arguing that the district court erred in concluding
that she violated the First Amendment rights of one of her constituents, Brian Davison,
when she banned Davison from the “Chair Phyllis J. Randall” Facebook page she
administered. In a cross appeal, Davison principally argues that the district court erred
in dismissing his procedural due process claim premised on the ban. For the reasons that
follow, we affirm.

On her campaign page, Randall characterized the Chair’s Facebook Page as her
“county Facebook page”…

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From FB/Chicago Trib: the Quiet Room, how to turn school into jail for children

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Just when you thought you heard it all.

In past years, kids would  sit on a bench with a scowling secretary waiting to see the principal, now we have a jail like setting so I guess poor kids can get used to the mass incarceration problem in Illinois.

Unfreaking believable article.  what amazes me is the fact a lot of these kids are autistic or special needs and there is no evaluation before using this “disciplinary technique” if it would harm a special needs child.  Of course, it just looks like crapola for any child, but that’s a whole other issue.

https://graphics.chicagotribune.com/illinois-seclusion/?fbclid=IwAR0-HiIy6b69Rrmzv2VjVGQEosb5tkYfdCEYnqCB487mQZP9nqfAEafWcZQ

next, there will be another study that these don’t help any child at all.  whatever happened to the counselor’s bench or the principal’s bench? isn’t that enough for a child?

A seclusion room at Braun Educational Center in south suburban Oak Forest.

The Quiet RoomsChildren are being…

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