Second Individual Charged with Fixing Wages for Health Care Workers and Obstructing FTC Investigation* A federal grand jury in the Eastern District of Texas returned a superseding indictment charging two Texas men with conspiring to fix prices by lowering rates paid to certain health care workers and then conspiring and endeavoring to obstruct a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigation of their conduct. According to court documents, Neeraj Jindal and John Rodgers violated the Sherman Act by agreeing with
The US DoJ charges two clinical directors with fixing wages for healthcare workers and obstructing the FTC’s investigation (Neeraj Jindal / John Rodgers)
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