United States Indicts Spinal Device Company and Two of Its Executives for Paying Kickbacks to Spine Surgeons

On September 7, 2021, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Boston announced a grand jury indictment of medical device company SpineFrontier, Inc., and two of its executives, Kingsley Chin and Aditya Humad, for violating the anti-kickback statute by allegedly paying surgeons bogus "consulting" fees to induce the surgeons to use SpineFrontier products...

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United States sues Nutter Home Loans for forging certifications and using unqualified underwriters to ok Gov insured reverse mortgages

   The United States has filed a complaint under the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989 and the False Claims Act against Nutter Home Loans, f/k/a James B. Nutter & Co. (Nutter), for forging certifications and using unqualified underwriters to approve Federal Housing Administration (FHA) insured Home Equity Conversion Mortgages...
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Federal grand jury returns indictment on CEO of SEG Armor for illegally selling US Government Chinese made body armor through GSA

  The Chief Executive Officer of Surveillance Equipment Group (SEG) and SEG Armor, Arthur Morgan of Virginia has been indicted by a federal grand jury for selling ballistic vests, helmets, riot gear and other items that were made in Mainland China. Morgan is alleged to have certified that the products were made in the United...
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Genova Diagnostics Inc. Lab pays up to $43 million to settle charges of Medicare fraud on clinically unnecessary lab gastro effects tests

Genova Diagnostics had agreed to pay up to $43 million to settle allegations that it had fraudulently billed the federal government for unnecessary lab services. The complaint filed with the federal court in May 2018, Genova allegedly sought and received payment for fecal, blood and urine tests that have not been scientifically proven...
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