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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overbill.

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Examples

  • He is heavily involved in the health care industry and his former company was fined billions of dollars for health care fraud when they overbilled the government for unbelievable amounts of money.

    Conservative group targets Obama's vacation

  • Bad lawyering resulted in a long jail sentence and $70 million in fines, and Nacchio was grossly overbilled in the process.

    Ex-Qwest CEO: I won't pay for attorneys' underwear

  • Catania said he told Dawn Slonneger, who no longer works for Gray, that the company's claims were under dispute because the hospital believed it was being overbilled.

    $10M is sought from D.C. by firm with ties to Gray campaign adviser

  • Tuesday's ruling was a defeat for AT&T Inc., which was seeking to block the disclosure of emails and other potentially embarrassing documents it provided to the Federal Communications Commission during a 2004 investigation by the agency of whether the telecommunications giant overbilled the New London, Conn., public schools.

    High Court Rules Against Corporate Privacy Rights

  • Catania said he told Dawn Slonneger, who no longer works for Gray, that the company's claims were under dispute because the hospital believed it was being overbilled.

    $10M is sought from D.C. by firm with ties to Gray campaign adviser

  • The city's rent-control law, which dates back to 1987, when white urban homesteaders began moving there in large numbers, allows tenants who believe they've been overbilled to petition for a reduction.

    New Jersey's Rent-Control Laws Fading

  • In the health-care video, students in green polo shirts and khakis dance through the school's hallways - one wears medical scrubs and has a stethoscope around her neck - and sing lines that include, "Politicians in conflict, there are too many people who are sick" and "I've seen people ill, patients overbilled, people uninsured in poverty, that's for real."

    Charles Carroll Middle students sing the stories they see in the news

  • State auditors are investigating whether Visiting Nurse Service of New York, a $1 billion home-care company, overbilled the Medicaid program.

    State Probing Overbilling of Medicaid

  • In the health-care video, students in green polo shirts and khakis dance through the school's hallways - one wears medical scrubs and has a stethoscope around her neck - and sing lines that include, "Politicians in conflict, there are too many people who are sick" and "I've seen people ill, patients overbilled, people uninsured in poverty, that's for real."

    Charles Carroll Middle students sing the stories they see in the news

  • Catania said he told Dawn Slonneger, who no longer works for Gray, that the company's claims were under dispute because the hospital believed it was being overbilled.

    $10M is sought from D.C. by firm with ties to Gray campaign adviser

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