Word on 'the street' is that Dr. Bijan Oughtatiyan, also known as " DJ Bee-Jean 'Oh-80' " on the North Hollywood LGBTQIIA Club Scene, spoke with officials out of spite due to comments made during an appearance at the Sphnixter Eroto-Egyptian Nightclub on Sunset Blvd in July of 2013. An anonymous source tweeted she saw Oughtatiyan experiencing wild fluctuations in impulse control and judgement after a young Hispanic male sporting beige Rockport leisure sneakers, acid-washed Lee Jeans-Shorts, a Matador's blouse, and a Ball Gag approached him demanding cash for a Duck Dynasty T-Shirt depicting cast-member Korie in school-uniform taking African Studies Courses taught by a dark figure described only as Mandingo. Bee-Jan had bought the t-shirt on loan, after which it was destroyed by another IPCM physician now fingered as the filcher. More to follow as news updates at the top of hour.
Shareholder Rights Law Firm Johnson & Weaver, LLP is investigating whether certain officers and directors of IPC The Hospitalist Company, Inc. (IPCM) violated state or federal laws.
On December 9, 2013, it was announced by the U.S. Department of Justice that it had intervened in a lawsuit that alleges that IPC submitted false claims to federal health care programs. The lawsuit contends that IPC physicians sought payment for higher and more expensive levels of medical service than were actually performed, a practice commonly referred to as “upcoding”. The original lawsuit was originally filed by Dr. Bijan Oughatiyan, a former IPC physician, under the qui tam, or whistleblower, provisions of the False Claims Act. The provisions permit private parties to sue for false claims on behalf of the government and to share in any recovery.
This investigation will determine whether shareholders were harmed by officers and directors of IPC and breached their fiduciary duties owed to the Company and its shareholders in connection with the false claims allegations.
If you are a shareholder of IPC and believe: 1) damage was caused to the Company, and 2) officers or directors are responsible for the damage and should be held liable rather than the Company and its shareholders, please contact lead analyst Jim Baker at 619-230-0063, Ext.118.
Johnson & Weaver, LLP is a nationally recognized shareholders’ rights law firm. The firm represents individual and institutional investors in shareholder derivative and securities class action lawsuits.
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