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  • Wells Fargo Bank and Mortgage Investors Corporation

    The whistleblowers alleged in this case that Wells Fargo and Mortgage Investors Corporation illegally charged veteran borrowers hidden fees on refinanced home loans guaranteed back by the Veterans Administration. Six other banks have settled for a total of $161.7 million dollars under the threat of the same allegations. This MIC case is still pending in […]

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  • Tenet Healthcare Corporation

    The suit alleged that Tenet and four of its hospitals in Georgia and South Carolina, entered into an illegal arrangement with a business called “Clinica de la Mama” that operated walk-in obstetric clinics for undocumented Hispanic women. The case settled in October 2016 for $368,000,000.

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  • Davita, Inc.

    In April of 2015, Davita settles case with United States and 2 W&G whistleblowers for $450,000,000 after 8 years of hard fought litigation.

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  • Columbia/HCA

    Don McClendon was an executive Olsten management Company and as part of his job he worked directly with HCA.  While there, he learned that HCA was improperly using government dollars to for advertising under the guise of “community education”.  He provided this information as well as other allegations that the government relied on in settling […]

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  • Adventist Health Systems

    In September 2015, W&G recovers record settlement of $118.7M against hospital chain involving physician referrals to hospitals. Read the Press Release | View the Orlando Sun Article

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  • Forest Laboratories

    Forest Laboratories case involved allegations of off-label marketing and kick-back claims and resulted in a $106,000,000 in civil recovery and $300,000,000 in total dollar recovery.

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  • Halifax Medical Center

    Lawsuit was filed on behalf of Elin Balid-Kunz (“Ms. Kunz”) who gained inside knowledge from over 17 years of employment at Halifax Hospital and is presently the Halifax Director of Physician Services. In her whistleblower lawsuit, Ms. Kunz alleges that Halifax knowingly and intentionally submitted thousands of fraudulent claims to Medicare. Additionally, Ms. Kunz alleges […]

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  • Olsten Corporation

    Olsen Corporation case involved allegations of fraudulent billing, sales and marketing within home health agencies resulted in $61,000,000 in Government recovery.

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  • C. R. Bard and Proseed

    C.R. Bard Inc., a multinational medical device company, agreed to pay the federal government $48.2 million to settle this whistleblower lawsuit that alleged its urological division and wholly owned subsidiary, ProSeed Inc., paid doctors and hospitals kickbacks to entice them to order Bard’s products at inflated prices to treat Medicare patients with prostate cancer.

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  • JPMorgan Chase

    JP Morgan Chase paid $45 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that it cheated military veterans and taxpayers by hiding illegal fees in home refinancing mortgages impacting military veterans.  This lawsuit was filed by Wilbanks & Bridges on behalf of Victor Bibby and Brian Donnelly.  These whistleblowers worked in the mortgage refinance business and they […]

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  • Bank of America

    Bank of America/Countrywide Mortgage involved allegations of veteran’s mortgage fraud resulting in a recovery of $45,000,000.

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  • PNC

    PNC Financial Services settled a case filed by Wilbanks & Gouinlock clients Victor Bibby and Brian Donnelly.  The settlement amount was $38 million.  The allegations in this case centered around improper and illegal fees that were charged to military veterans under a Government program that guaranteed mortgage refinance loans.

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  • Saint Joseph’s Hospital of Atlanta

    Saint Joseph’s Hospital of Atlanta settled allegations brought by a Wilbanks & Bridges client for $26 million.  Tami Ramsey, a registered nurse and former hospital employee, filed thise whistleblower lawsuit based upon her allegations that Saint Joseph’s had not followed Medicare regulations determining whether a patient should be placed into inpatient or outpatient status.  This […]

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  • Shands Healthcare

    W&G successfully prosecuted this qui tam against Shands Healthcare without government involvement.  The case alleged improper billing of Medicare and Medicaid for admitting patients to the hospital rather than treating them on an outpatient basis because the government pays more for services rendered on an inpatient basis.  The case settled in 2013 for $26,000,000.  

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  • First Tennessee Bank

    This lawsuit was filed by Wilbanks & Bridges and involves concealing and bundling financial information in a fraudulent fashion.  The net result of the fraud was that the Government incurred losses because of guarantees that were placed on these loans under the assumption by the Government that the loan documentation was accurate  and correct – […]

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  • Citi Mortgage

    Wilbanks & Bridges filed this lawsuit of behalf of clients who had inside knowledge as to illegal lending practices at Citi Mortgage.  They provided proof that military veterans were treated improperly and the Government was defrauded as a result of the failure of Citi Mortgage to adhere to the rules and regulations applicable to banks […]

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  • Memorial Health

    Memorial Health involved allegations of payment of excessive fees by hospital to doctors in excess of fair market value with a $5.08 million Government recovery.

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  • Resurgens Surgery Center

    Resurgens Surgery Center involved alleged anesthesia wrongful billing and Medicare and Medicaid fraud resulting in a $3,800,000 recovery.

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  • Atlanta Institute of Medicine

    The whistleblowers, Emiliya Gayevskaya and Yuri Gayevskaya allege that Dr. Lawrence E. Epplebaum and the other Defendants blatantly advertised solicitations of free trips and vacation for Russian Medicare/Medicaid patients in exchange for treatment by Dr. Eppelbaum.

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  • Suntrust

    This lawsuit was filed by Wilbanks & Bridges to recover monies expended by the taxpayers to guarantee loans to military veterans.  Wilbanks & Bridges settled the suit for $2.2 million.

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