Tag Archives: Anti-kickback Statute

“Always a bridesmaid, never a bride” Might Work for Stark Liability but Not the Anti-Kickback Statute

Last Thursday, a jury in federal district court in St. Louis handed down a verdict in a False Claims Act (“FCA”) case that presents a laundry list of the challenges which can arise in a FCA case.  This one includes kickback allegations, Stark issues, both state and federal claims, individual liability, civil-criminal cooperation, a criminal … Continue Reading

What’s in Your Local Transportation Policy?

The Anti-Kickback Statute Those in the business of providing healthcare services to Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries are all too familiar with the federal Anti-kickback Statute (AKS). Among other dreadful sanctions, it imposes criminal penalties on those individuals or entities that knowingly and willfully offer, pay, solicit, or receive remuneration in order to induce or reward … Continue Reading
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