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Posts from May 2022.

The Department of Justice continues to demonstrate its commitment to holding both testing facilities and hospitals accountable for kickback schemes involving laboratory testing.  In the alleged kickback scheme referenced in the link below, DOJ alleges that the relevant hospitals paid a portion of their laboratory profits to recruiters who then paid a portion of the profits to the physicians. DOJ’s complaint sets forth allegations against the laboratory executives and employees, hospitals and, now, the physicians involved. This suit demonstrates DOJ's commitment to targeting individual corporate bad actors when the evidence supports those allegations. 

The information that companies provide to the Government when entering into agreements and maintaining those contractual relationships, matters. Contracting officers rely upon that information in determining whether to contract with your company. You can avoid False Claims Act and other liability by creating a culture of transparency both within your company and with Government partners.

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