Boca Raton Comm. Hosp. v. Tenet Health Care Corp., No. 07-14352
In a RICO action claiming that because defendant health care corporation's Medicare charge increases were unrelated to real cost increases, the excessive outlier payments it received from those inflated charges were unlawful, summary judgment for defendant is affirmed where the district court did not abuse its discretion by excluding plaintiff's expert opinion on injury and damages for lack of fit with its liability theory.
Read Boca Raton Comm. Hosp. v. Tenet Health Care Corp., No. 07-14352
Filed September 4, 2009
Opinion by Judge Carnes
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