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Sara Kropf

Sara Kropf

Sara Kropf has been a trial lawyer for over 15 years and handles both civil litigation and white-collar criminal defense. She was a partner at a large, international firm before founding Law Office of Sara Kropf in 2013. She is licensed in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, and has handled cases across the country. Sara was lead counsel in a landmark defamation case involving defamatory reviews on Yelp.. She can be reached at sara@kropf-law.com.


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A lawyer lays out three trends from upcoming investigations and criminal cases that physicians should keep in mind.

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Receiving cash for a referral is the most obvious gift that violates the Anti-Kickback Statute. Here are eight more.


Did you get a subpoena asking for documents or asking that you appear for testimony? Here's what you need to know.


When your practice is under a False Claims Act investigation, here are some steps to take from a legal perspective.


A look into the False Claims Act and how the federal government will aim to prosecute wrongdoers.


An overview of the four federal healthcare fraud statutes and what your practice can do to avoid violating any of them.

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You cannot stop a patient from defaming you online, but taking these steps can help lessen the reputational damage of a single negative review.

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Before you fire off a response to a negative patient review, here are seven things to consider. You don’t want to post something potentially worse online.


If you can't ignore a bad online patient review and are considering a defamation suit vs. a patient, here are three things to consider first.

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If you can't ignore an online review and it is extremely damaging to your reputation as a physician, there are steps you can take to try to remove it.


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