Fourth Circuit Rules that Falsity Under Escobar Does Not Require Specific Misrepresentations

In United States ex rel. Badr v. Triple Canopy, Inc., the Fourth Circuit advanced a broad definition of materiality that allows plaintiffs in False Claims Act actions to avoid identifying specific misrepresentations. Prior to the Supreme Court’s decision in Escobar, the Fourth Circuit concluded the relator had sufficiently pled an implied certification claim against Triple Canopy […]
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