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Bid lawsuit inches forward

June 26, 2015Liz Beaulieu, Editor

WASHINGTON - The federal government on June 25 had its last chance to weigh in on whether or not a court ruling in favor of Cardiosom should be applied to other providers whose contracts were rescinded as part of the original Round 1 of competitive bidding.Following the filing of this fourth brief, Jerry Stouck, a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig, the law firm representing Cardiosom and three other providers, believes the judge will make a decision in a few months time.“We'll see,”...

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Providers explore mediation in bid lawsuits

January 9, 2015Liz Beaulieu, Editor

WASHINGTON - The HME providers suing the federal government for breach of contract as part of the original Round 1 of competitive bidding are now working on a schedule for mediation.The providers met with the judge in the case, Patricia Campbell-Smith, on Jan. 8 and agreed to submit a schedule for mediation by Feb. 11, according to Jerry Stouck, a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig, the law firm representing Cardiosom and three other providers.“I'm surprised that the government is willing to...

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Bid lawsuit just got bigger

August 22, 2014Liz Beaulieu, Editor

WASHINGTON - There are now 10 lawsuits representing 17 HME providers suing the federal government for breach of contract as part of the original Round 1 of competitive bidding, says Jerry Stouck, a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig, the law firm representing Cardiosom.Cardiosom paved the way for the lawsuits when a U.S. Court of Federal Claims judge ruled in its favor in late June, saying the provider is entitled to damages for being awarded contracts and then having them rescinded as part of an...

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Judge: Round 1 redo was breach of contract

July 3, 2014Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

WASHINGTON - It took nearly six years, but CardioSom has prevailed in its lawsuit against the government.A U.S. Court of Federal Claims judge ruled June 30 that the government was in breach of contract when it rescinded contracts in the original Round 1 of competitive bidding.“It's been a long time coming,” said attorney Jerry Stouck, a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig, the law firm representing CardioSom. “The (court says) that CardioSom is entitled to damages.”CardioSom...

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CardioSom's bid lawsuit moves forward

May 2, 2014Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

WASHINGTON - A federal court judge has denied a motion by the government to dismiss a lawsuit filed by CardioSom seeking damages for breach of contract as part of the original Round 1 of competitive bidding.In an April 30 opinion, Chief Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims ruled that the court has jurisdiction to review CardioSom's lawsuit.“She ruled, in essence, that CMS could not limit the jurisdiction of the court using regulation,” said attorney Jerry...

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Cardiosom: Fuel oxygen biz with physician trust

October 31, 2010Jennifer Keirn

Tim Miller built a career as the physician's go-to guy, collaborating with them in businesses ranging from mobile cardiac catheterization labs to imaging centers. So when a group of cardiologists approached him in 2004 about getting into the sleep lab business, Miller put his healthcare management expertise to work in a new venture, MD Sleep, under parent company Dormir, based in Carmel, Ind. But that's not the end of Miller's story. Before long, his physician contacts had another request--give...

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