Large healthcare provider defends Federal False Claims Act retaliation claims case

A large healthcare company that offers a range of services across the continuum of care reached a settlement in a false claims act case. The settlement resolved an investigation conducted by the U.S. Attorney's Office and allegations filed in a lawsuit by two former therapy employees of the provider in federal court with the exception of those former employees' claims that they were terminated in retaliation for blowing the whistle on the company.

Waller represented the healthcare provider in the qui tam action and the remaining retaliation claims case.

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