Summary Judgment Granted!
In an interesting case, a whistleblower stipulated to the Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment, in effect agreeing that the Court could dismiss his False Claims Act case against a hospital as unsupported by the facts. In U.S. ex rel. Camillo v. Kenneth Hall Regional Hospital, a case set in East... Continue Reading →
Posted on March 6, 2007 in Case Analysis
Tags: Camillo, dismissed, East St. Louis, False Claims Act, qui tam, summary judgment, whistleblower