Law360 (June 9, 2021, 10:38 PM EDT) -- After its original decision was sent back down from the Seventh Circuit, an Illinois federal court has made an about-face, declaring that a home health care company did break federal kickback laws.
U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman said Tuesday that Management Principles and a couple of its subsidiaries did break the Anti-Kickback Statute, along with the federal and state False Claims Acts when it paid Healthcare Consortium of Illinois $5,000 a month in exchange for referrals.
It all came down to one of the company's defenses, the safe harbor defense. There are seven different qualifications that such a defense would...
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