• Examples of Whistleblower Rewards

    United States ex rel. Lisa A. Alexander and James P. Goan. v. Warner Chilcott PLC, et al., D. Mass. No. 11-10545 and United States et al. ex rel. Chris Wible, v.Warner Chilcott PLC, et al., D. Mass. No. 11-11143; People of the State of California ex rel. Schirrell Johnson, Lisa A. Alexander and James P. Goan v. Warner Chilcott PLC, et al., CA Super. Ct., Case No. BC496620-MHS:

     

    Whistleblowers rewarded $22.9 million for government recoveries totaling $125 million in connection with violations by prescription drug maker of Anti-Kickback Statute. Click here for the Settlement Agreement.

     

    United States ex rel. Anderson v. Alive Hospice, Inc., No. 3:12-cv-00597 (M.D. Tenn.):

     

    Whistelblower rewarded $263,197 for government recoveries of $1.5 million in connection with allegations that healthcare provider overbilled Medicare and TennCare for inpatient hospice services that the patients did not qualify for such care. Click here for the Department of Justice Announcement.

    United States ex rel. Bloink v. Carondelet Health Network, et al., (CV-11-721-TUC-FRZ) :

     

    Whisteblower rewarded $6 million for government recovery of $35 million in connection with allegations that hospitals violated the federal False Claims Act by submitting false bills for inpatient rehabilitation services to Medicare and other federal health care programs. Click here for the Department of Justice Announcement.

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