Sixth Circuit Construes FCA to Prohibit Post-Employment Retaliation

Although Congress intended to provide robust protection to whistleblowers opposing or trying to stop fraud against the government, some courts have weakened the whistleblower protection provision of the False Claims Act by construing it to prohibit only retaliatory acts that occurs during an employment relationship.  For example, the Tenth Circuit held in Potts v. Ctr. for Excellence in […]
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