“Common Sense” and Concealment of Noncompliance Lead Fourth Circuit to Find Triple Canopy Invoices Hit Their Materiality Mark and Were Impliedly False Despite No Specific False Representations;

In U.S. ex rel. Badr v. Triple Canopy, the Fourth Circuit held the relator sufficiently pled that Triple Canopy submitted false claims for payment under its contract for private security guard services. The relator and government argued Triple Canopy knowingly submitted invoices for payment for guards who did not meet the contractually required marksmanship skill level, […]
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