Whistle-blower Case That Started in Tampa Results in $422.5 Million Settlement

Over 100 publications reported on Nolan Auerbach’s $422.5 million settlement with Novartis. One of the publications, St. Petersburg Times,highlighted the fact that the initial complaint was filed in Florida. Nolan Auerbach partner Kenneth Nolan explained that the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Tampa has a “good reputation” for pursuing cases of healthcare fraud. Explaining his initial interest in the case, Nolan stated, “We knew that the percentage of off-label sales was robust and the damages would be high.”

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