National behavioral healthcare provider involved in False Claims Act investigation

A national behavioral healthcare provider faced a False Claims Act (FCA) investigation in West Virginia that involved the billing practices of its addiction treatment centers nationwide. The federal government alleged that the company defrauded Medicaid over several years through false claims for laboratory tests related to the opioid epidemic.

Waller served as lead counsel for the behavioral healthcare provider and was able to negotiate a favorable civil settlement with the government.

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