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A Hospital’s Deserving Stark and AKS Victory—But At What Cost?

This April, providers cheered when a federal district court in the Middle District of Florida found insufficient evidence to support a relator’s theory that a hospital had provided free parking to physicians, in violation of the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS). In the Report and Recommendation for United States ex rel. Bingham v. BayCare … Continue Reading

Court Allows Former Employee to Retain Company Documents Relevant to Potential FCA Claim

Companies may think their documents are safe from disclosure based on confidentiality agreements with employees, but a recent decision in the Northern District of Illinois highlights the risk that courts will permit a relator to keep company documents after a False Claims Act (FCA) suit is filed — even potentially privileged documents — and not … Continue Reading
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