In an article published on BNA’s Health Law Resource Center, Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Brian Roark discussed trends in False Claims Act (FCA) enforcements and recoveries, specifically related to the differences between intervened and nonintervened actions. As pointed out in the article, “The disparity between recoveries from intervened and nonintervened FCA actions is ‘absolutely a reflection of the merit of the underlying allegations being investigated,'” said Brian.

The full article, “Intervention in False Claims Act Lawsuits: Is It Make or Break?,” was published by BNA’s Health Law Resource Center on April 27, 2017, and is available online to subscribers.

To read more about trends related to this FCA recoveries, download a copy of the firm’s Healthcare Fraud and Abuse Review 2016 report, click here.