In all False Claims Act
cases, however, the plaintiff is the United States of America, through the relator, even though relators are sometimes referred to as a co-plaintiff.
On April 1, 2010, the United States sued KBR for damages claiming that KBR had violated the False Claims Act
by billing under LOGCAP III, which is KBR's logistics support contract with the Army.
Thank goodness for the False Claims Act
that made this possible.
Department of Justice, where he gained significant experience prosecuting cases under the False Claims Act
, Anti-Kickback Statute, and Anti-Kickback Act and leading nationwide investigations of health care providers and other government contractors.
Young, partner at Munger, Tolles & Olson, was part of a team that obtained the dismissal of the last in a long-running series of False Claims Acts
(FCA) actions claims against Allstate Insurance Co.
The resultant order is a reminder of the do's and don'ts of protecting privilege in a False Claims Act
case, notions that are useful even to companies not subject to False Claims Act
The Department's policy strikes me as completely at odds with the legislative intent behind the False Claims Act
," Grassley wrote.
Department of Justice (DOJ) and now represented whistleblowers under the False Claims Act
, a Civil War-era fraud law that allows whistleblowers to sue companies defrauding the federal government and to receive a share of whatever funds the government recovers as a result of the lawsuit.
So, Congress amended the False Claims Act
to bar any whistleblower from bringing a claim if the government knows about the fraud.
The False Claims Act
(FCA) continues to pose unique liability risks for healthcare providers and companies conducting business with the US Government.
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