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Health care qui tam update: recently unsealed whistleblower cases - September 2015

USA - September 23 2015 Since our last Qui Tam Update, we have identified 39 health-related False Claims Act (“FCA”) qui tam cases that have been unsealed. Of those cases…

Hope S. Foster, Samantha P. Kingsbury, Kevin M. McGinty.

Health care qui tam update - recent developments & unsealed False Claims Act cases

USA - January 15 2014 We have identified 31 health care–related qui tam cases unsealed since last month’s Qui Tam Update. Of those, only six were filed in 2013. The…

Kevin M. McGinty, Rachel Irving Pitts.

Health care enforcement: 2012 trends: quarterly review — Part IV in a continuing series on health care enforcement

USA - May 8 2012 Mintz Levin’s Health Care Fraud Enforcement Defense group has published a series of “Year in Review” articles discussing its observations about health care fraud enforcement trends in 2011 and its opinions as to what these trends might mean for 2012.

Hope S. Foster, Samantha P. Kingsbury.

The False Claims Act: the impact in 2012 - part II in a continuing series on health care enforcement

USA - March 20 2012 This second part in our ongoing series reviewing health care fraud enforcement activities in 2011, and monitoring enforcement in 2012, expands upon our prior discussion in part one (Part One Report) of the federal False Claims Act (FCA)—the government’s primary and most powerful civil health care fraud enforcement tool.

Hope S. Foster.

Industry trends in criminal health care fraud enforcement - Part III in a continuing series on health care enforcement

USA - April 13 2012 This third, and final, installment in the “Year in Review” series examines how criminal health care fraud enforcement has changed in the past year, including the use of non-health-care-related statutes, the focus on specific industries, and the increased number of alleged violators targeted in takedowns.

Hope S. Foster, Samantha P. Kingsbury.