Allegations of Ongoing Fraud Might Clear Public Disclosure Bar, but not when Government Still Monitoring Defendant; United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit No. 20-5301, U.S. ex rel. Gurpreet Maur M.D. v. Elie Hage-Korban, et al.

The Sixth Circuit affirmed a district court’s dismissal of a qui tam complaint under the public disclosure bar. The relator had brought a complaint alleging the same fraudulent conduct against the same healthcare provider as an earlier whistleblower complaint, and in fact copied much of the original complaint verbatim. However, the relator argued that his […]
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