We served as counsel to two hospitals in a qui tam lawsuit alleging that a cardiologist (Dr. Korban) billed Medicare and Medicaid for medically unnecessary stent procedures. The district court ruled that the relator’s claims were barred by the public disclosure bar and for failure to plead fraud claims with particularity. Reported decision: United States ex rel. Maur v. Korban, No. 1:17-cv-01079-STA-jay (W.D. Tenn. Feb. 25, 2020). You can read more about this case here.
U.S. ex rel. Maur v. Korban et al.
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