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- Statement of Interest
- Relators’ Response to Allergan, Inc.’s Amended Motion to Dismiss Relators’ Second Amended Complaint
United States of American statement of interest in response to Allergan amended motion to dismiss relators 2nd amended complaint
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Rescare Corporation will pay $2.15 million to settle claims that it defrauded the United States and the state of Texas$2.15M - ResCare Corporation
The Attorney General of the State of Texas announced today that ResCare Corporation agreed to pay $2.15 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit alleging that it defrauded the State of Texas and the United States in connection with a contract for the provision of mental health services to Medicaid recipients.
Christiana Care Health System pays $3.3 million to settle one of the largest cases in Delaware under the federal False Claims Act and Delaware False Claims Act$3.3M - Christiana Care Health System
Christiana Care Health System (CCHS) has agreed to pay the United States and the State of Delaware $3.3 Million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit that alleged that CCHS paid kickbacks to, and entered into improper self-referral relationships with, physicians’ practice located in New Castle, Delaware.
The qui tam whistleblowers were represented by Marc S.
Boeing pays $4.4 million to resolve False Claims Act lawsuit over fraudulent billing of the U.S. Military on Chinook Helicopter program$4.4M - The Boeing Company
United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Zane David Memeger and the United States Department of Justice announced on Friday, January 20, 2012, that the Boeing Company, the largest manufacturer of commercial jets and military aircraft combined, has agreed to pay $4,392,779.74 to settle a Federal False Claims Act whistleblower lawsuit brought by current Boeing employee Vincent A.
Vortec Corporation and its officers will pay $4.6 million to settle claims that they defrauded the Department of Energy$4.5M - Vortec Corporation
The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania announced today that Vortec Corporation and its Officers, James Hnat, Glenn Eglinton and Yvonne Eglinton agreed to pay $4.5 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit alleging that they defrauded the United States Department of Energy in connection with a contract for the development of recycling technology.
New Jersey hospital to pay $6.35 million to settle false claims allegations of inflating charges to obtain higher medicare reimbursement$6.3M - RWJ Hospital/Hamilton
Philadelphia: Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, a New Jersey-based hospital, has agreed to pay $6.35 Million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit alleging that the hospital defrauded Medicare. The whistleblower lawsuit filed against the Hamilton, NJ facility alleged that the hospital fraudulently inflated its charges to Medicare patients to obtain larger reimbursements from the federal health care program.
United States Government gets $12 million settlement from the hospital of the University of Pennsylvania over allegations of medicare billing fraud$12M - University of Pennsylvania
In September 2000, the University of Pennsylvania Health Systems (UPHS) agreed to settle a civil Medicare False Claims case for $12 Million. The case was initiated by a whistleblower complaint filed by John J. Saunders. The complaint led to the government investigation with Saunders receiving more than $2 Million of the settlement money.
Fresenius National Medical Care Holdings, Inc. pays the government $16.5 million to settle alleged violations of the False Claims Act$16.5M - Fresenius Medical Care
On May 17, 1999, Fresenius National Medical Care Holdings, Inc., N.M.C. Diagnostic Services, Inc., Biotrax International, Inc., and National Medical Care, Inc. agreed to pay the government $16.5 million to settle alleged violations of the False Claims Act brought by several qui tam relators.
The whistleblowers, Franklin W.
One of the most actively litigated and longest-running actions in Federal False Claims Act history settled, demonstrating unprecedented coordination and cooperation among the Government and Private Counsel.
Two veteran pharmacists’ Qui Tam Action initiated the case and helped the Government recover $84 Million of $185 Million in today’s mediated final settlement reached among whistleblowers,