Man Admits Role in $4.5 Million Kickback Scheme


Jeremy Richey admitted his role in a conspiracy to receive kickbacks and bribes from laboratories in exchange for referrals of patient DNA samples and genetic tests. According to documents and court statements, he and certain conspirators operated Ark Laboratory Network LLC, which purported to operate a network of laboratories that facilitated genetic testing. Ark concealed kickback arrangements through issuing sham invoices. Read a Department of Justice press release.




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