A federal judge has lifted a seal on a qui tam action in which a former Presence Health employee accused the company of charging Medicare and Medicaid for drugs never administered to patients.
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- Appellate panel: Lake County judge wrong to rely on divorce decree from India, violated wife's rights
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- Appeals panel: Background check service OK to report woman's 1996 battery guilty plea to landlord
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