We served as lead counsel representing a consultant to skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) in connection with a Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation of alleged False Claims Act (FCA) violations concerning medical necessity of therapy services. The case resulted in the successful resolution of the government’s allegations with no payment of attorneys’ fees to relator or imposition of administrative remedies.
Representation of SNF Consultant: U.S. ex rel. Tober v. Global Empire, LLC (D. Md.)
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