Lemington Home For The Aged

Bankrupt facility must pay up, judge rules

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A federal appeals court has ruled that former officers and directors of a nursing home that closed after declaring bankruptcy are still liable for $2.25 million in compensatory damages.

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Former nursing home leaders still on the hook for $2.25 million following bankruptcy

Former nursing home leaders still on the hook for $2.25 million following bankruptcy

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On the heels of a Florida court decision that puts a nursing home unlikely to emerge unscathed from bankruptcy, a federal appeals court has ruled former officers and directors of a different nursing home are still liable for $2.25 million in compensatory damages.

Misconduct at historic nursing home was not malicious, $6 million verdict should be overturned, lawyer tells appeals court

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A $5.75 million verdict against the former administrator and board members of a historic nursing home should be thrown out because their misconduct was not malicious, a lawyer argued before a federal appeals court this week.

Court upholds $5.75 million verdict against former nursing home officers, board members

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A $5.75 million verdict will stand and there will be no new trial in the case against officers and board members of a former Pennsylvania nursing home, a federal judge recently ruled.

Nursing home officers, board members see claims reinstated against them for bankrupt facility

Nursing home officers, board members see claims reinstated against them for bankrupt facility

A group of Pittsburgh nursing home operators' lack of oversight for their now-defunct nonprofit facility may leave them liable in the eyes of the law, according to the ruling of a federal appeals court last week.