Additional Information Provided by Defendants Gave Governments Good Cause to Intervene After Deadline; United States District Court for the Southern District of California No. 3:18-cv-00822-BEN-BGS, U.S. ex rel. Randy Lazar v. S.M.R.T. LLC and Cornelius McKay

The district court granted a motion to intervene by the United States and California governments in a case alleging healthcare fraud. The defendants argued against intervention, asserting that the governments had sufficient information to decide to intervene prior to the deadline and that no new information had arisen since. However, the government parties successfully argued […]
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