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Criminal Charges Unlikely in MIMA Fraud Case

Criminal Charges Unlikely in MIMA Fraud Case
Florida Today
January 21, 2010

As news broke about an impending civil False Claims Act settlement with a large Florida physician group, questions were raised in the public about whether the group would also face criminal charges. Former federal prosecutor and Nolan Auerbach managing partner Marcella Auerbach stated that a criminal case did not appear likely at this point. “They would try to seek a global resolution, to resolve any criminal and civil case,” Ms. Auerbach said. “What companies or physicians groups want to do is resolve all pending allegations, civil and criminal, not piecemeal.”

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