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

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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