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Andrews Health Law Litigation Reporter
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Billing Fraud
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CONVICTION IN CRIMINAL CASE PROVES LIABILITY IN CIVIL ACTION

United States v. St. Luke's Subacute Hosp. & Nursing Ctr.

The conviction of two defendants in a criminal case in which the jury held they had conspired to defraud the government bars them from challenging their liability in a civil False Claims Act suit, a California federal court has ruled.
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