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DOJ Announces $1 Million Urine Drug Testing Fraud Settlement

The Department of Justice has recovered $1 million in a urine drug testing fraud settlement with Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists (NAPS).  The False Claims Act (FCA) settlement resolves allegations that...
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DOJ Pursues Another Medicare Advantage Fraud Lawsuit

DOJ shows no signs of slowing down in its pursuit of fraud in the Medicare Advantage program.  In the summer of 2021, DOJ reached a landmark settlement and intervened in...
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DOJ’s Case Against Teva for Copay Fraud Will Continue

DOJ’s lawsuit against drug manufacturer Teva Pharmaceuticals for copay fraud is charging full steam ahead! DOJ’s Allegations of Teva’s Copay Fraud As we previously reported, in August 2020, the United...
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Department of Justice Announces Two Medicare Advantage Fraud Matters Involving WLC Attorney

This summer, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) took two major steps forward in the longstanding battle against Medicare Advantage fraud. First, the United States intervened in six separate False...
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Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office Successfully Fought Fraud Over Past Year

The False Claims Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office successfully fought fraud over the past fiscal year by investigating and prosecuting opportunists who sought to line their own pockets...
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Client’s False Claims Act Suit Leads the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Recover $850,000 From Diesel Direct, LLC and Two of Its Executives

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has settled a Massachusetts False Claims Act qui tam lawsuit brought by a Whistleblower Law Collaborative client against Diesel Direct, LLC and two of its executives...
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