Keker Team Won a $1 Billion Bet for McKesson

The client insisted it was innocent of kickback charges, and these litigators proved that case.

, The National Law Journal


It began as a whistleblower suit filed by a health care supplier in the Northern District of Mississippi in December 2004, but quickly grew into a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit that had the potential to cost San Francisco-based McKesson Corp. and subsidiary McKesson Medical-Surgical MediNet Inc. nearly $1 billion and bar them from doing business with the government.

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