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CVS Corporation Pays to Resolve False Claim Act Case for Fraud in Medicare Part D Plan

We represented the Relators, a retired couple on Medicare, in one of the very first Medicare Part D cases filed under the False Claims Act.  The defendant in this case was CVS Corporation, which operated a Medicare Part D Drug Plan called SilverScript.  CVS had misrepresented to prospective SilverScript Part D Plan buyers what their drugs would actually cost them out of pocket.  Our clients figured out that CVS had engaged in "bait and switch" tactics, and had listed false prices on the Medicare Plan Finder website (maintained by the federal government to assist seniors in choosing a Part D plan).  CVS agreed to settle the fraud allegations in the qui tam case and paid $5.25 million.  The Relators received an 18% share of the settlement.

Chet Rabon

Charles (“Chet”) H. Rabon, Jr., was born in Camden, South Carolina and raised in Columbia, South Carolina.  He graduated Furman University, in Greenville, South Carolina, with a B.A. degree in Political Science.  Following graduation, Chet worked at a ski resort in Colorado and traveled extensively abroad before entering law school at Vanderbilt University, where in 1989 he received the J.D. degree with honors ...

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