We successfully represented a cardiologist in a False Claims Act (FCA) lawsuit, which alleged that the defendants submitted false claims in connection with medically unnecessary cardiac procedures. The United States District Court for the District of Utah dismissed relator’s FCA claims as a result of a failure to plead objectively false claims. U.S. ex rel. Polukoff v. St. Mark’s Hospital, 2017 WL 237615 (D. Utah Jan. 24, 2017).
US ex rel. Polukoff v. St. Mark’s Hospital
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