The U.S. Justice Department on Friday said it had reached a
tentative settlement with dialysis services company Fresenius
Medical Care resolving claims that it billed Medicare for
medically unnecessary hepatitis B tests.
IBM Corp will pay $14.8 million to resolve claims that a
software company it owns made misrepresentations to win a
contract to develop the website and platform for the state of
Maryland's health insurance exchange set up under Obamacare.
Lawyers for counties and municipalities suing drug manufacturers and distributors over their alleged roles in the U.S. opioid epidemic on Friday pitched a novel plan that would bring all 24,500 communities nationally into their negotiations for billions of dollars in settlements.
June 14 Lawyers representing county and
municipal governments accusing drug manufacturers and
distributors of fueling the U.S. opioid epidemic proposed a
novel plan on Friday that would allow every community nationally
to participate in negotiating billions of dollars in
Sanford Health, the nation's largest rural nonprofit
healthcare system, on Thursday lost its bid to overturn a ruling
that prevented it from acquiring a North Dakota-based physicians
practice, a deal the U.S. Federal Trade Commission says would
Federal prosecutors are fighting a request by Theranos Inc
founder Elizabeth Holmes to force the government to hand over
records from other federal agencies that also investigated the
failed Silicon Valley blood-testing startup.
BOSTON A former Stanford University sailing coach avoided prison on Wednesday in the first sentencing to result from the U.S. college admissions scandal after admitting he took bribes to help children of wealthy parents gain admission to the school. | Video
A federal appeals court on Wednesday revived a class action
lawsuit accusing pharmacy chain CVS Health Corp of
systematically overcharging people who bought generic drugs
using insurance rather than cash.
Coke ovens built for steel producers to burn coal can be
considered "products" just like many mass-produced items that
are subject to products liability lawsuits, New York's top court
has ruled in reviving a lawsuit against Honeywell International.
BOSTON, June 12 A former Stanford University sailing coach is set to become the first person to be sentenced in the U.S. college admissions scandal after admitting he agreed to help wealthy parents secure spots for their children at the school in exchange for bribes.