Eleventh Circuit Rules That Reasonable Interpretations of Ambiguous Regulations Can Trigger FCA Liability

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In United States ex rel. Phalp v. Lincare Holdings, Inc., the Eleventh Circuit recently held that defendants who present a reasonable interpretation of an ambiguous regulation can nonetheless be held liable under the False Claims Act. The ruling conflicts with those of other courts, which have held that a reasonable interpretation may shield a defendant […]
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