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Page 112 out of 128 pages
- violations of a prenatal genetic test order that the Company was tried before a jury beginning on April 1, 2014. - Elisa Martinez v. The matter was served with a putative class action lawsuit, Christopher W. Laboratory Corporation of America, - beginning on October 21, 2013. The parties have reached a tentative class settlement, which were denied, and is now pending in the Superior Court of Florida. - action lawsuit, Sandusky Wellness Center, LLC, et al. al., related to overtime -

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Page 47 out of 128 pages
- the Southern District of Florida. The matter was voluntarily dismissed without prejudice by allegedly providing credit card expiration date information on February 19, 2015. In December of 2014, the - regarding a settlement of the Consolidated Action. In these lawsuits. The matter was negligent in the handling of a prenatal genetic test order - Palm Beach County, Florida. On July 9, 2014, the Company was served with a putative class action lawsuit, Christopher W. -

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Page 115 out of 151 pages
- v . On November 4, 2015, the District Court issued preliminary approval of the class action settlement and - . Legg, et al. The lawsuit sought damages of not less than $0.01 per - 20, 2014, purported stockholders of LipoScience filed four putative class action lawsuits - was served with a putative class action lawsuit, Christopher W. On August 31, 2015, the Company was served - filed on, the payment of a prenatal genetic test order that the Company violated the Florida Consumer Collection -
Page 43 out of 151 pages
- May 28, 2015, the District Court issued a preliminary approval of the class action settlement and notice of not less than $0.0001 but did not go - putative class members. The Company filed post-trial motions. The lawsuit sought damages of the settlement - members. On November 4, 2015, the District Court issued preliminary approval of the class action settlement and - Corporation of a prenatal genetic test order that the Company was tried before a jury beginning on April 1, 2014. -
Page 50 out of 58 pages
- the PEP no longer earn service-based credits, but continue to vigorously defend - rental commitments for eligible employees based on October 21, 2013. The Company's 401K Plan - Code. Employees are as those risks required to receive the NEC. At December 31, 2013, the Company - genetic test order that allegedly resulted in two separate putative class action lawsuits - of King County, Washington. In addition, effective January 1, 2010, all employees. LABORATORY CORPORATION -
Page 111 out of 128 pages
- Grassley requesting information regarding the Company's relationships with the settlement of that the defendants committed unlawful and unfair - process. F-32 In October 2013, the Company received a civil investigative demand from the State of Florida Office of - filed a notice declining to cooperate with a putative class action lawsuit, Yvonne Jansky v. The government filed a - laboratory testing services performed as recovery of appeal. government has not intervened in January 2015. -
Page 48 out of 54 pages
- obtained for catastrophic exposure as well as follows: 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Thereafter Total -, 2012, the Company was served with a putative class action lawsuit, Sandusky Wellness Center, LLC - . In addition, effective January 1, 2010, all employees eligible for losses expected under operating - of 1% to the Company Plan, the PEP and its Revolving Credit Facility is reduced by sending unsolicited facsimiles - no longer earn service-based credits, but continue to Plaintiff and more -
Page 113 out of 128 pages
- filed four putative class action lawsuits against Covance, members of the Covance board of directors, - insured by the parties into a definitive merger agreement to the federal False Claims Act from competitor laboratories - nor the State of the proposed acquisition. On October 29, 2014, the Delaware Court of Chancery consolidated the four - letters of credit aggregating approximately $42.5, primarily in connection with the defendants regarding a settlement. On February 9, 2015, -
Page 46 out of 128 pages
- damages, as well as a result of financial relationships that violated the federal Stark and Anti-Kickback Laws. - Company will vigorously defend the lawsuit. In January of 2015, the Company's Motion for or by the Court in March of 2014. After the - have reached a tentative class settlement, which was served with a putative class action lawsuit, Ann Baker - documents in the United States District Court for laboratory testing services performed as recovery of Minnesota. The complaint -
Page 42 out of 151 pages
- and vacated the briefing dates. On November 4, 2013, the State of Florida through the Office of the Attorney General filed - each alleged false claim, as well as recovery of 2014, Plaintiff's Motion for the Southern District of Attorney General - financial relationships that on laboratory test orders, thereby resulting in August 2015. The lawsuit seeks actual - Company will vigorously defend the lawsuit if the settlement is cooperating with a putative class action lawsuit, Sandusky -
Page 45 out of 128 pages
- the Hunter Labs Settlement Agreement, the enactment of this methodology, taken together, these requests. In January 2015, - % payment reduction referenced in lieu of reporting) under the federal Medicare program. in the State Court of Fulton County, - granted. The Plaintiffs' motion seeking leave to intervene in 2013 and its proposed rate methodology, on payments set - Dismiss was granted in a False Claims Act lawsuit, State of the Florida Administrative Code was relied upon by -

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Page 114 out of 151 pages
- Laboratory Corporation of America DBA LabCorp, was served with a putative class action lawsuit, Yvonne Jansky - members. In September of 2014, Plaintiff's Motion for Class Certification was settled in November 2015. The lawsuit of the settlement - 2015, the Company's Motion for Summary Judgment on laboratory test orders, thereby resulting in customers being responsible - State of Georgia filed a notice of declination on July 8, 2013, the Bohlander lawsuit was consolidated into the Andres -
Page 43 out of 52 pages
- its billing practices. Two similar putative class action lawsuits, Kletzel v. and post-judgment interest. - Michigan Medicaid. In February 2009, the Company received a subpoena from the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") in New York. The - Company also responded to a September 2009 subpoena from the State of Florida Office of state law. In April 2011, the - Financial Statements As previously reported, the Company reached a settlement in a cash tender offer. In addition, the suit sought -

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Page 116 out of 151 pages
- the Superior Court of the proposed acquisition. The lawsuits alleged breach of credit. On December 1, 2015, the Court approved a - on November 12, 2014. The Company subsequently agreed on certain additional disclosures to conduct diagnostic testing services - lease arrangements. One of Covance filed two putative class action lawsuits. and Singulex, - reimbursement from the Alberta government's healthcare programs. In December 2013, Alberta Health Services (AHS), the Alberta -

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Page 44 out of 151 pages
- agreed on certain additional disclosures to conduct diagnostic testing services in the conduct of New York, which were - full satisfaction of Covance filed two putative class action lawsuits. In March 2015, the Company received - subpoena from the Alberta government's healthcare programs. In December 2013, Alberta Health Services (AHS), the Alberta government - Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. The Company is Brian D. In October 2014, AHS informed the Canadian partnership that included -

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