Last month, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in United States ex rel. Polansky v. Executive Health Resources, Inc., a case presenting the question whether the federal government forfeits the authority to dismiss False Claims Act (FCA) suits brought in its name if it first declines to intervene in them.
- 1st Circuit Rejects Convicted Former Medical Device Executives’ Off-Label “Free Speech” Theory
- Lessons for Providers and Practice Entities: Ophthalmology Groups Pay Millions to Settle Co-Management, Optometrist Relationship Allegations
- Eleventh Circuit Affirms Order for $1.195 Million in Restitution and 48 Month Sentence in Commercial Insurance Healthcare Fraud Case
- U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies DOJ’s Authority to Dismiss Whistleblowers’ False Claims Act Suits, Questions Constitutionality of Qui Tam Provisions
- DHS Issues Final Rule Regulating Federal Contractors’ Handling of Controlled Unclassified Information