Pharma company accused of defrauding military health care program in $100M suit
The company allegedly raked in hundreds of millions of dollars for prescription medications by inflating prices.
“This effort demonstrates our district’s resolve in the struggle against fraud schemes that prey on the nation’s military personnel and their families,” said Karin Hoppmann, acting U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Florida.
A federal lawsuit over alleged fraud related to a U.S. military health care program could be a cautionary tale for regulatory and compliance lawyers.
That’s according to Andrew T. Sarangoulis, senior counsel at CORPlaw in Miami, who’s not involved in the litigation but is watching closely.
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