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Law360, New York (April 22, 2013, 6:13 PM ET) -- Doctors at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center largely shook off allegations in a False Claims Act suit by a surgeon claiming a former patient had died in part because of unsupervised medical procedures paid for by federal programs, including Medicare.
U.S. District judge Joseph C. Spero granted the defendants’ motion to dismiss, but allowed Dr. John Maa, the surgeon who had named 11 top doctors at the center as defendants, to amend his complaint within the next month. Maa had accused Dr. James...