I see that the Worshipful Company has been lining up to settle with Jim Gee. I haven't found anything more recent than this offering, from the Beeb, and assume that the remaining cases are proceeding towards court:
Norton settles price fixing claim
Naturally, the settlements have been made on a no liability basis (as far as the Worshipful Company was concerned, anyway), although Gee appears to have his own views as to the reason for the prospective defendants' reluctance to have their day in court:
The remaining defendant companies should recognise our resolve to press on with the continuing civil proceedings against all of those allegedly concerned in the price fixing arrangements.
I think the SFO was also taking an interest in this - I haven't found anything to suggest that it was pursued beyond curiosity, though. Incidentally, as of January, 2007, Gee no longer works at the DoH. Perhaps he was too good at his job:
NHS OVER £800MILLION BETTER OFF THANKS TO THE WAR ON FRAUD
NHS fraud supremo moves on after eight years
Presumably, he left his role as Director General of the European Healthcare Fraud and Corruption Network, at the same time? Anyway, I'm sure KPMG will benefit enormously from his talents.