Proof in Trial: Appellate Edition: Integra Med Analytics LLC et al. v. Providence Health & Services et al.

A podcast series by Hogan Lovells

What happens when a company is unfairly accused of defrauding the U.S. government? In this case, a medical record software company was caught in the crosshairs of a business created for the sole purpose of using data analytics to trigger False Claims Act litigation – and make a profit. Faced with the possibility of a lengthy trial, a team of appellate lawyers from Hogan Lovells stepped in to debunk the claim before it was too late. This is the story of Integra Med Analytics LLC et al. v. Providence Health & Services et al.

Integra Med Analytics LLC et al. v. Providence Health & Services et al.

 

A journalist facing a jail sentence for protecting her sources; a Native American tribe fighting to reclaim their land; a software company accused of defrauding the U.S. government. In Proof in Trial: Appellate Edition, we go behind the scenes with some of the best appellate lawyers in the business to find out what it takes to get a court decision overturned – and what’s at stake if they don’t. Hosted by partner Cate Stetson.

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