U.S. v. William N. Harwin

Overview: 

Dr. William Harwin was charged with participating in a conspiracy to suppress and eliminate competition by agreeing to allocate the provision of medical and radiation oncology services.  While he was President and Managing Physician Partner of Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS), Harwin and his co-conspirators agreed not to compete to provide chemotherapy and radiation treatments to cancer patients in Southwest Florida.  Beginning as early as 1999 and continuing until at least 2016, Harwin entered into an illegal agreement that allocated chemotherapy treatments to FCS and radiation treatments to a competing oncology group.

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Case Documents:

Indictment (September 23, 2020)

Case Open Date: 
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Case Name: 
United States v. William N. Harwin
Case Type: 
Criminal
Case Violation: 
Customer, Territorial or Market Allocation - Horizontal
Tags: 
William N. Harwin
Florida Cancer Specialists
Market: 
Oncology Services
Industry Code: 
Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists)
Component: 
Antitrust Division
Case Documents: 
Updated March 26, 2021