Jailed Health Co. Heads Hit With $2M Judgment In FCA Suit
Law360, New York (September 9, 2015, 6:50 PM EDT) -- A Texas federal judge on Tuesday ordered two principals of a hyperbaric oxygen therapy provider to pay $2.1 million, plus attorneys' fees and costs, in a whistleblower's Medicare-related False Claims Act suit, more than a year after they were sentenced for criminal health care fraud.
U.S. District Judge Jorge A. Solis granted relator Phi-Nga Jeannie Le's motions for partial summary judgment and for judgment in a brief one-page order that entered judgment in favor of the U.S. and Le.
Le told the court in January that the defendants, Stanley Thaw and Michael Kincaid, could not deny the allegations she brought against...
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