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Relator fails to allege cheese seller meant to defraud government
A United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Field Inspector’s complaint under the False Claims Act (31 U.S.C. §3729 et seq.) that cheese products sold to the U.S. government did not...
Experts’ opinions on Abilify®’s link to impulse control problems scientifically reliable, admissible
A federal district court in Florida ruled that the biological plausibility opinions provided by the experts in a multidistrict product liability action against the manufacturers and marketers of...
FDA seeks information on setting a maximum nicotine level in cigarettes
An advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) to obtain information for consideration in the development of a tobacco product standard setting the maximum nicotine level for cigarettes has been...
FCA suit against Siemens alleging irregularities in hormone level tests dismissed
A federal judge in New York found that a False Claims Act (FCA) suit filed against Siemens by a competitor’s employee that alleged irregularities in hormone level testing was barred by the FCA...
Embellished time records, notes not sufficient to prove false claims
Evidence that a physical therapist was recording longer meeting times with patients in his notes than he actually spent with them and not completing treatments was not enough to show that the notes...