Christensen v. Alfasigma

Christensen v. Alfasigma

Christensen v. Alfasigma

State ex rel. Christensen v. Alfasigma
Case No. RG16807318

(Alam. Co. Super. Ct. May 8, 2019)

Denying defendant’s summary judgment in qui tam, Insurance Frauds Prevention Act suit under Ins. Code 1871.7, stating: “The Court finds that there is sufficient evidence demonstrating a triable issue of fact as to whether Defendant knowingly made false and misleading statements, or knowingly concealed or failed to disclose material information, with respect to the availability of generic versions of the Brand Medical Foods.”.

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