Whistleblower News: Caris Life Sciences Pays Over $2.8M To Settle False Claims Act Allegations, Former CEO Of Defunct Medical Testing Laboratory Sentenced For Medical Kickback Scheme, CEO Of Deutsche Bank Asset Manager Steps Down After 'Greenwashing' Raid

Caris Life Sciences Pays over $2.8 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations from Delay in Submission of Genetic Cancer Screening Tests


Caris Life Sciences, Inc. (Caris) has agreed to pay $2,886,674.86 to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act in an alleged nationwide scheme to improperly bill Medicare for laboratory tests known as “Caris Molecular Intelligence” and the “ADAPT Biotargeting System.” read more »

Former CEO of defunct medical testing laboratory sentenced to prison for medical kickback scheme


The former Chief Executive Officer of Northwest Physicians Laboratory (NWPL) was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Seattle to two years in prison and $7.6 million in restitution for conspiracy to solicit kickbacks, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown.  Jae Lee, 51, of Bellevue, Washington, served as the CEO of Northwest Physicians Laboratory (NWPL).  Between 2013 and 2015, Lee conspired with others to get kickbacks from medical testing labs in exchange for government testing business referred to the labs.   In pronouncing sentence, U.S. District Judge John C. Coughenour noted, the scheme was large and clearly illegal. read more »

CEO of Deutsche Bank's asset manager steps down after 'greenwashing' raid



The chief executive of top German asset manager DWS will step down next week, he said on Wednesday, a day after raids by prosecutors over allegations that the company misled investors about "green" investments. read more »