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Seventh Circuit Appeal in Case Against Medical Center Could Impact the Ability to Bring Suits Under the False Claims Act; Putative Class Action Seeks Ruling That Illinois Health Care Providers Must Accept Insurance Payments in Lieu of Asserting a Lien Against a Patient’s Tort Recovery; Illinois Appellate Court Relies on the Rule of Non-Review to Uphold the Dismissal of Tort Claims by Physicians Whose Preliminary Applications for Privileges Were Rejected.

Seventh Circuit Appeal in Case Against Medical Center Could Impact the Ability to Bring Suits Under the False Claims Act

The decision in a case pending before the Seventh Circuit could affect the ability of plaintiffs to bring suit under the False Claims Act (FCA) in cases where the government already possesses information concerning the alleged fraud...

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