US Supreme Court Reignites Claims Government Overcharged Millions For Generics
FCA Claims Brought Against SuperValu And Safeway Over Price-Match Programs
In a case that could have significant ramifications for the scope of the US False Claims Act, the US Supreme Court has agreed to remand for further proceedings allegations that supermarket and pharmacy chains defrauded the government via low-cost drug programs.
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