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Judge to rule on state case

...a legal hurdle to cross in his lawsuit against the now defunct home health care corporation, its former owner Jeanette G. Garrison and its bankruptcy trustee: Did Mr. Haddle kill his chance to present his case in federal court when he filed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/10/28/met_275407.shtml
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...official with the U.S. Probation Service said. A plea bargain required former Healthmaster Chief Executive Officer Jeanette G. Garrison to pay $11.5 million restitution to the government and sell Healthmaster. In exchange, Ms. Garrison agreed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/01/met_350226.shtml
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Judge OKs verdict in Healthmaster case

...a federal jury's Dec. 17 verdict in favor of Michael Haddle. The jury found that Healthmaster Inc. founder Jeanette G. Garrison, her now-defunct company and former top executive G. Peter Molloy Jr. conspired to fire Mr. Haddle in retaliation...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/02/17/met_283143.shtml
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Judge seeks discipline for attorney from Bar

...made the comment in a footnote to a ruling, issued last week, that reduced the 33-month prison sentence of Jeanette G. Garrison, founder of the Augusta-based home health care chain. Judge Stanley F. Birch ordered a copy of the court's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/31/met_221613.shtml
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State takes charge of HMO

...27 to Health Care Services Inc. without his approval, a violation of insurance law. Master Health is owned by Jeanette G. Garrison, who is serving 33 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to submitting false Medicare claims through...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/05/23/met_208797.shtml
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Officials' woes fill city's past

...than its share, it does seem," said David E. Hudson, an Augusta attorney who represented local business owner Jeanette G. Garrison, who was convicted for her participation in a Medicare scheme involving her home health care chain, Healthmaster...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/07/15/met_422221.shtml
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Healthmaster officials ask judge to void verdict

...more than $1.7 million out of Medicare and order a new trial. The pair were charged, along with their boss, Jeanette G. Garrison, of profiteering off nurses' visits to elderly patients by submitting padded bills to the government. Ms. Garrison...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/12/met_209762.shtml
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Attorneys argue fees in case

...been fired before the home health care corporation was sold. Last week, attorneys for Healthmaster, founder Jeanette G. Garrison and her former top executive, G. Peter Molloy Jr. filed notice that they will appeal the jury verdict. Attorneys...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/03/16/met_284426.shtml
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Convict slips from prison work detail

...million out of Medicare. Mr. Suba and co-conspirator Dennis J. Kelly were charged, along with their boss, Jeanette G. Garrison, at Augusta-based Healthmaster. They were accused of profiteering off nurses' visits to elderly patients by...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/05/21/met_229206.shtml
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Home health care giant seeks to overturn conviction

...bars in consecutive years after being convicted of Medicare fraud. The owner of Augusta-based Healthmaster, Jeanette G. Garrison, admitted she charged off more than $1 million worth of personal expenses as business costs for her Medicare-reimbursed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/10/11/met_215831.shtml
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