Robert Davidson, et al v Vivra Inc, et al- 1 - RICO CASE STATEMENT
RICO CASE STATEMENTKEY TO NAMED PARTIES TO THIS ACTION: [keyed identically to Plaintiff’sOriginal Complaint]Robert Davidson, M.D. [plaintiff A]Vanessa Komar, R.N. [plaintiff B]Joanne C. Wray, R.N. [involuntary co-plaintiff C]Vivra Inc [defendant D]Vivra Asthma Allergy Inc [defendant E]Vivra Asthma & Allergy Care America of Arizona, P.C. [defendant F]Vivra Holdings Inc [defendant G]Magellan Specialty Health Inc [defendant H]Texas Pacific Group Inc [defendant I]IHealth Technologies Inc [defendant J]Gambro Healthcare Inc [defendant K]Dialysis Holdings Inc [defendant L]Allied Specialty Care Services Inc [defendant M]Albany Medical College [defendant N]Jay Grossman, M.D. [defendant O]Eudice Grossman [defendant P]Thomas B. Edwards, M.D. [defendant Q]Gayle F. Petrillo [defendant R]Charles W. Ott [defendant S]Timothy G. Wighton [defendant T]John W. Strack [defendant U]Lynda L. Nessinger [defendant V]Richard Hassett, M.D. [defendant W]James L. Sublett, M.D. [defendant X]Leanne M. Zumwalt [defendant Y]An undetermined number of presently unknown defendants [defendants Z]
Per an order of the Court, under local rule 1.2 (i), and the provisions of Rule 37, Fed. R.Civ. P.:1. State whether the alleged unlawful conduct is in violation of 18 USC Section(a), (b), (c), and/or (d).
It is alleged that the defendants (Vivra Inc; Vivra Asthma AllergyInc; Vivra Asthma Allergy Care America of Arizona, PC; Vivra Holdings Inc;Magellan Specialty Health Inc; Texas Pacific Group Inc; iHealth