Valuing Services Provided: FCA Damages in the Wake of United States v. Anchor Mortgage Corp., in Bloomberg BNA’s Health Care Fraud ReportMay 15, 2013
George Breen, Chair of Epstein Becker Green's National Health Care and Life Sciences Practice Steering Committee, in the Washington, DC, office, and Daniel Fundakowski, an Associate in EBG's Health Care and Life Sciences practice, in the Washington, DC, office, and Jennifer Weaver, Chair of Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis' White Collar/Government Investigations practice group, in Nashville, Tenn., co-authored an article titled "Valuing Services Provided: FCA Damages in the Wake of United States v. Anchor Mortgage Corp."
Following is an excerpt:
In United States v. Anchor Mortgage Corp., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit endorsed net trebling over gross trebling as a measure of calculating False Claims Act damages. Although not all circuits have confronted it, the majority of circuits to consider the issue have endorsed this approach.
The attached file is used with permission from BNA's Health Care Fraud Report, 05/15/2013. Copyright 2013 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.