We seved as lead counsel of a publicly traded home health company in a False Claims Act (FCA) lawsuit alleging false claims in connection with medically unnecessary home health services. The case resulted in dismissal of four of five alleged fraud schemes following a motion to dismiss and negotiation of a successful resolution of the remaining claim. Reported case: U.S. ex rel. White v. Gentiva Health Servs. Inc., 2014 WL 2893223 (E.D. Tenn. June 25, 2014).
Representation of Home Health Company: U.S. ex rel. White v. Gentiva Health Servs., Inc. (E.D. Tenn.)
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