Publicly traded Fortune 1000 company undergoes internal investigation

A publicly traded Fortune 1000 company operating in a highly federally-regulated industry engaged Waller to conduct an internal investigation focused on potential kickback and price-structuring allegations. These allegations, if true, could have led to possible False Claims Act liability.

The investigation included multiple internal interviews, as well as external witness interviews. It also included extensive data collection and analysis of highly complex financial and data records. The investigation resulted in a finding that the company did not engage in any wrongdoing, and our investigation report was presented to the Board with no further action.

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