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Does the FCA Allow the U.S. to Sue an Individual State?

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Why Did This Relator Wait Five Years to Add Defendants to His Kickback Claims?

The district court found it reasonable for a relator to base new kickback allegations on information obtained during discovery, rather than involve additional defendants...

Was This a Case of Fraud or a Payment Dispute?

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The Government Agreed to This Contractor’s Firm-Fixed Price. The Sixth Circuit Says It Can...

The Sixth Circuit held that a contractor’s work estimate could have fraudulently induced the government into agreeing to firm-fixed price contracts. In this case,...

Why Create False Records If You Aren’t Going to Bill Them?

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Can the Court Decide on Arbitration or Can it Not?

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