Too Much, Too Many, Too Long: Court Finds Subpoena Too Burdensome for Third-Party in Qui Tam Case; United States District Court for the Northern District of California, No. 21-mc-80065-JCS, U.S. ex rel. Omni Healthcare Inc. v. McKesson Corporation, et al.

The district court denied a motion to compel a third party to comply with a subpoena connected to a qui tam case alleging healthcare fraud. The plaintiff wanted the California State Board of Pharmacy to produce documents related to the licensing and inspection of pharmaceutical distributors, as well as the board’s understanding of state and […]
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