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Man filed qui tam action for alleged upcoding of services – $4,225,000 Settlement (access required)

In this case against Fredericksburg Hos­pitalist Group, PLLC (and 14 of its individ­ual owners) plaintiff/ relator Richard Mor­row alleged that the defendants knowing­ly and intentionally upcoded evaluation and management codes for hospitalist services from 2010 to 2015. This result­ed in ...

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No Age Bias in Firing After Reorganization (access required)

A 501(c)(3) government consulting firm wins summary judgment in an age dis­crimination suit filed by a 52-year-old pro­grammer who performed unsatisfactorily in his role as a supervisor of programmers, and therefore was terminated, according to defendant employer. Plaintiff relies on ...

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Manufacturer Knew About Boycott in Antitrust Claim (access required)

A company that developed and licensed its Active Injury Mitigation Technolo­gy (AIMT) for table saws cannot assert fraudulent concealment to avoid the four-year statute of limitations on its antitrust claims against defendant manufacturers, who allegedly colluded in deciding not to ...

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