Lack of Particularity Sinks Most, but Not All, Healthcare Fraud Claims; United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, Aiken Division, No. 1:17-cv-01493-JMC, U.S. ex rel. Tanja Adams, et al. v. Remain at Home Senior Care LLC, et al.

The district court mostly granted multiple motions to dismiss by the defendants in a qui tam case alleging healthcare fraud, finding that the claims of false presentment and conspiracy were not asserted with the required particularity. The court allowed false presentment claims and a retaliation claim to proceed against the relators’ employer, finding the allegations […]
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