Antonio Giordano

Lessons learned from long-term care lawsuits

Lessons learned from long-term care lawsuits

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Despite one's best intentions for 2014, there will be days when you feel like you are failing your residents, your coworkers, your family or yourself.

Former nursing home executive convicted of embezzlement agrees to $1.2 million settlement in bankruptcy court

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A nursing home executive convicted of embezzling millions of dollars from publicly financed facilities has agreed to pay $1.2 million to the federal government to settle claims, through a deal worked out in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

Judge orders former nursing home executive to repay $14 million

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A well-known former nursing executive must repay the federal government $13.8 million for fraudulent business practices. U.S. District Court Judge Mary M. Lisi handed down the ruling for the misuse of loans in Anthony Giordano's Rhode Island facilities on Dec. 3.

Court rules that former nursing home executives must pay $12 million for stealing from debt-ridden facilities

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Two former nursing home executives were ordered to pay $12 million for misdirecting millions of dollars from two failing Rhode Island nursing homes, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

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