Something is funny. Whistleblowers who report fraud to the government can make large amounts of money so if this person detected fraud I would have expected her to go to the governemt with it but there is no indication of even an inquiry from the feds. I would like the company to comment on any ongoing investiations but I assume they would have released something about an investigation if it were ongoing. Suspect shorties are at it again and this is all more nonsense to drive down the stock.
She might do that, first she has a lawsuit for lost wages and damages. This seems like the logical first step that any of us would take. After the lawsuit she may decide to go further. I hope she doesn't settle out of court so that we can see if there really is fraud, too much of this stuff going on in the medical system.
You are just wrong. The first step is to go to the feds. They do the investigating and it there is large scale fraud you can make hundreds of thousand of dollars without paying a lawyer or doing any work, This is nonsense