mary Anne Pazanowski reports: A ut physician can go with several claims against a former employee who allegedly stole a computer hard parkway containing patient information and used it to support a False Claims deed complaint against the physician, a federal court in the state said. Sherman Sorensens sec amended complaint alleged enough facts to move forward on federal support trade Secrets represent and state-law misappropriation of trade secret, conversion, receipt of stolen property, and civil conspiracy claims against Gerald Polukoff, the U.S. district court for the district of ut said Tuesday. Read more on Bloomberg Law (subscription required). i will not comment on the legal issues here, but the case didn’t sound familiar to me, and if Dr. Sorensen had alleged that Dr. Polukoff had stolen patients’ PHI on a hard drive, then I would have expected to check some account to HHS. But i can find no such describe on HHS’s breach cock — not in the “under consideration” nor in the archive of reports. And not under the doctor’s name, nor the medical praxis name, nor the call of their tech vendor who, according to the second amended complaint, gave the hard ride to the defendant, believing that he was entitled to it.