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Monthly Archives: August 2022

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False Claims Act: North Carolina Health Company Pays $2.1 Million To Resolve Medicaid Billing Fraud Case

By Guttman, Freidin & Celler |

On June 1st, 2022, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina announced that  Healthkeeperz, Inc.—a health care behavioral services company with a main office in Robeson County, NC—has agreed to pay more than $2 million to resolve an improper Medicaid billing case. The legal claim was initiated by a… Read More »

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What Constitutes A Protected Activity Under The Florida Whistleblower Act?

By Guttman, Freidin & Celler |

The Florida Whistleblower Act is a law that establishes and protects the rights of whistleblowers. A whistleblower who is engaged in “protected activity” cannot be terminated or otherwise punished by an employer because of that conduct. This raises an important question: What is a protected activity in a whistleblower case? The short answer is… Read More »

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Health Company Pays $4.625 Million To Resolve False Claims Act Lawsuit

By Guttman, Freidin & Celler |

On June 21st, 2022, the United States District Attorneys’ Office for the District of Massachusetts announced a $4.625 million settlement in a major False Claims Act case. The lawsuit—which was initiated by whistleblowers as part of a qui tam claim—was brought against Molina Healthcare, Inc. and one of its former subsidiary companies called Pathways… Read More »

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Two Miami Police Officers Seek Whistleblower Protection Under Federal Law

By Guttman, Freidin & Celler |

According to a report from NBC 6 South Florida, two officers from the Miami Police Department are accusing the city’s lead cop—Police Chief Manuel A. Morales—of corruption. The officers are now seeking whistleblower protection. Chief Morales has thus far denied any allegations of wrongdoing by himself or the department. Indeed, he called the accusation… Read More »

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Three Florida Pharmacies Agree To Pay More Than $830,000 In False Claims Act Case

By Guttman, Freidin & Celler |

On June 29th, 2022, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida confirmed that three Miami-Dade County pharmacies—Habana Hospital Pharmacy, Inc., Longevity Drugs, LLC, and Forest Hill Pharmacy, LLC—have agreed to pay more than $830,000 as a part of a False Claims Act case. Regulators determined that the pharmacies had an… Read More »

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