January 19, 2022
The False Claims Act litigation landscape at the dawn of 2022 is teeming with intrigue as the U.S. Supreme Court eyes one of the law's deepest circuit splits, lawyers ponder the paucity of enforcement involving pandemic relief spending, and prosecutors increasingly pursue fraud theories targeting private equity investors and lax cybersecurity.
October 15, 2021
Whistleblowers and contractors have struggled for more than a decade with inconsistent standards across the country for bringing forward fraud allegations, but the U.S. Supreme Court's recent interest in a case that appears to overcome deficiencies in previous petitions could bring clarity.
September 07, 2021
Molina Healthcare urged the Seventh Circuit on Thursday to reconsider its decision to revive a False Claims Act case accusing it of bilking Illinois' Medicaid program for skilled nursing it didn't provide, saying the ruling improperly expands FCA liability and "opens the floodgates" for meritless lawsuits.
August 20, 2021
The Seventh Circuit has revived a False Claims Act case accusing Molina Healthcare of wrongly charging Illinois' Medicaid program for skilled nursing it didn't provide, saying a whistleblower had sufficiently alleged that Molina had knowingly made false claims.