Hospital Accuses US Of Ignoring Past Ruling In FCA Case

Law360, New York (September 17, 2012, 4:16 PM EDT) -- Tuomey Healthcare Systems Inc. on Friday fought the U.S. government's bid for judgment on some of its claims in a doctor compensation False Claims Act suit, saying it clashed with a ruling that nixed a previous $45 million judgment in the case.

According to the hospital's motion to strike, filed in South Carolina federal court, the government’s motion for partial summary judgment is an attempt to get a “piecemeal” ruling on its Stark Law claims underlying the central FCA claim. This violates both federal judicial procedure...
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