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Attorney Says OCDA Violated Immunity Deal to File Charges in Fraud Case

By Greg Jones (Deputy Editor)

Monday, November 13, 2017 | 1572 | 0 | 0 min read

A collections manager accused concealing kickbacks that Landmark Medical Management allegedly paid to providers who prescribed compound creams to injured workers in California should not have been charged because she was granted immunity before testifying in front of a grand jury, according to her attorney. Now, Orange County Deputy District Attorney Shaddi Kamiabipour could be forced to take the stand to explain why she named Norma Garner as a defendant in a criminal complaint filed last year. Jeffrey B. Isaacs, an attorney with Issacs Friedberg in Los Angeles who is representing Garne...

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