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$1.65 million Settlement for False Claims Act lawsuit

Tree of Life Behavioral Services Inc. and related entities agree to pay $1.65 million to settle a False Claims Act lawsuit claiming it fraudulently billed Medicaid for services patients never received and wrongfully paid for client referrals. The settlement calls for Tree of Life to pay the government $1.65 million, of which $330,000 will go to Erika Desjardins, a former Tree of Life employee who launched the suit in 2014 and is represented by Sidney L. Gold.

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