In Gonzalez v. Fresnius Medical Care, the Court affirmed a JNOV on claims under the False Claims Act. Nos. 10-50413, 10-51171 (July 30, 2012). The Court agreed with the district court’s conclusion that the plaintiff had not shown a wrongful patient referral scheme, noting that the number of referred patients stayed the same over time, whether or not the alleged conspiracy was in place. Id. at 8. The Court also agreed that a line of cases about claims “tainted by fraud” was limited to the fraudulent inducement context. Id. at 9-11. Finally, the Court affirmed a sanctions award under 28 USC § 1927 based on the plaintiff’s changing testimony on whether she was asked to cover up the alleged scheme, noting differences between the deposition, the errata sheet afterwards, and then trial testimony. Id. at 13-16.