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Under Daubert, Damages Calculation Need Not Replicate Corporate Structure

Court admits expert calculation that determines one set of damages for two related plaintiff entities and that relies on data from nonparty parent entity; court finds calculation need not precisely track corporate structure to meet Daubert requirements.

Radiologix, Inc. v. Radiology & Nuclear Medicine, LLC

Court admits expert calculation that determines one set of damages for two related plaintiff entities and that relies on data from nonparty parent entity; court finds calculation need not precisely track corporate structure to meet Daubert requirements.

Expert’s FMV Analysis Aligns With Applicable Healthcare Law

In healthcare case centering on Anti-Kickback Statute, court finds government expert’s FMV analysis of physician services, which excludes value and volume of referrals, accords with standard applying to AKS cases and is admissible under Daubert.

Expert’s FMV Analysis Aligns With Applicable Healthcare Law

In healthcare case centering on Anti-Kickback Statute, court finds government expert’s FMV analysis of physician services, which excludes value and volume of referrals, accords with standard applying to AKS cases and is admissible under Daubert.

United States ex rel. Lutz v. Berkeley Heartlab, Inc.

In healthcare case centering on Anti-Kickback Statute, court finds government expert’s FMV analysis of physician services, which excludes value and volume of referrals, accords with standard applying to AKS cases and is admissible under Daubert.

Taylor v. Taylor

One issue in this case was the valuation of a medical laboratory.

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