Bass, Berry & Sims served as lead counsel representing an emergency department provider and other defendants in a qui tam lawsuit alleging that violation of licensure laws caused submission of false claims. The district court dismissed the allegations against the emergency department provider on the grounds that the alleged regulatory violation did not satisfy standard for FCA materiality set forth in Supreme Court’s Escobar decision. U.S. ex rel. Taylor v. Boyko, 2019 WL 2423283 (S.D. W. Va. Jun. 6, 2019).
U.S. ex rel. Taylor v. Boyko, M.D. et al.
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