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Massachusetts Attorney General Joins Client’s Opioid Treatment Fraud Case Against CleanSlate Centers

Today, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office announced that it has filed a Complaint in Intervention against CleanSlate Centers and its founder Dr. Amanda Wilson in a False Claims Act case filed...
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Gilead is the Latest Pharmaceutical Company to Settle Co-Pay Fraud Allegations

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts logged another victory in its battle against co-pay foundation kickback schemes.  This time pharma giant Gilead Sciences is paying up to...
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Indivior Companies Pay $2 Billion for Opioid Fraud

The pharmaceutical company Indivior Solutions agreed to pay a total of $600 million to resolve opioid fraud charges involving the marketing its drug Suboxone.  Indivior’s parent company, Reckitt Benckiser Group,...
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Bob Thomas Launches New Whistleblower Law and Practice Course at BU Law School

After a decade of teaching the popular Health Care Fraud and Abuse seminar at Boston University Law School, Whistleblower Law Collaborative LLC (“WLC”) Co-Founder Bob Thomas has started an additional...
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David Lieberman and Bruce Judge Discuss Compounding Fraud with New Jersey Press

David Lieberman and Bruce Judge discussed the scourge of compounding fraud in New Jersey with The Press of Atlantic City.  The article, South Jersey prescription fraud ring follows national playbook, concerns...
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DOJ’s COVID-19 Fraud Enforcement Efforts Described by Top Official

Ethan P. Davis, the Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for DOJ’s Civil Division recently described how the Civil Division will approach COVID-19 fraud enforcement. His remarks follow Senate testimony in...
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