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July 31, 1990 | PAUL DEAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Paul Michelson considers himself more realist than idealist, a man who chooses to stay clear of absolutist stands. But he says he will not compromise his profession. Nor can he tolerate its apparent betrayal by a fellow physician. So in 1986, Michelson informed on a colleague. In a unique federal lawsuit filed under the False Claims Act--a law more popularly associated with defense companies and multimillion-dollar padding on government contracts--Michelson accused La Jolla eye surgeon Dr.
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July 31, 1990 | PAUL DEAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Paul Michelson considers himself more realist than idealist, a man who chooses to stay clear of absolutist stands. But he says he will not compromise his profession. Nor can he tolerate its apparent betrayal by a fellow physician. So in 1986, Michelson informed on a colleague. In a unique federal lawsuit filed under the False Claims Act--a law more popularly associated with defense companies and multimillion-dollar padding on government contracts--Michelson accused La Jolla eye surgeon Dr.
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April 29, 1988 | KATHIE BOZANICH, Times Staff Writer
In the first settlement of its kind involving a new federal law to prevent the private sector from overcharging the government for services, a La Jolla medical group agreed Thursday to pay the government $355,000 for its part in a lawsuit brought by one former eye doctor against another accused of defrauding Medicare.
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July 31, 1990 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A La Jolla eye surgeon agreed Monday to pay $250,000 and perform 400 hours of community service to settle a lawsuit that accused him of Medicare fraud, federal prosecutors said. Dr. Raymond Y. Chan agreed to the deal to bring to a close a suit--involving glaucoma operations--that originally was filed by another eye surgeon under a novel federal anti-fraud law, lawyers in the case said.
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September 9, 1987 | CLAIRE SPIEGEL, Times Staff Writer
A unique lawsuit that accuses the prestigious Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation in La Jolla and one of its former eye doctors of defrauding Medicare in treating hundreds of elderly patients was unsealed in Los Angeles federal court Tuesday. An unusual feature of the multimillion-dollar action is that it was filed by another former eye doctor at the clinic, who stands to receive up to $1.
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