April 19, 2019

Articles in the National Law Review by Jonathan Tycko

Date Title
10
Aug
William Beaumont Hospital to Pay $84.5 Million to Settle Allegations of Improper Payments to Referring Physicians
25
Jan
Walgreens agrees to Pay $50 Million in Healthcare Fraud Case for Paying Kickbacks to Beneficiaries of Government Healthcare Programs
6
Oct
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Issues Landmark Decision Holding that Failing to Properly Mark Imports with their Foreign Country of Origin Can Give Rise to False Claims Act Liability
19
Jun
Supreme Court Upholds “Implied Certification” Theory of Liability Under the False Claims Act
9
May
Two of the Largest Shipping Companies Agrees to Pay Government $13 Million for Violating False Claims Act by Overbilling DOD for Shipping Costs
4
Mar
Leading Medical Device Company, Olympus Corporation of the Americas, Settles Kickback Charges For An Historic $646 Million Dollars
28
Jan
In State False Claim Act Case Involved Country Club’s Failure To Escheat Unclaimed Deposits, California Court Rules Defendant’s SEC Filings Are Not “Public Disclosures”
11
Sep
Parsons Government Services Agrees to Pay the Government $3.8 Million to Settle Allegations That It Violated the False Claims Act for Knowingly Mischarging the Department of Energy
29
Apr
Georgia Hospital to Pay $20 Million for Allegedly Overbilling the Government for In-Patient vs. Out-Patient Hospital Care
4
Mar
Two Recent Decisions Hold That A Whistleblower Is Not Barred From Bringing A Qui Tam Lawsuit Based Upon Facts Already Known To The Government As A Result Of Audit Or Investigation That Is Not Known To The General Public

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