Articles

Results 1 to 5 of 9
Most popular |Most recent


Indiana Supreme Court Erases Courts’ Ability to Add Reasonable Terms to Agreements

USA - December 5 2019 Recently, the Indiana Supreme Court clarified the judiciary’s inability to add terms to an impermissibly broad nonsolicitation agreement, even if…

Drew B. Howk, Jake B. Kolisek.

DOJ Recouped $2.2B Under FCA in 2020, Plus $3.6B in Still-Pending Settlements

USA - January 15 2021 The Department of Justice (“DOJ”) recently announced that the United States recovered over $2.2 billion from False Claims Act (“FCA”) cases in the…

Abigail Kaericher, Drew B. Howk, Heather D. Mogden, Katherine A. Kuchan, R.N..

Whistleblowers Could Face Fees for Poorly Pleaded FCA Actions

USA - February 11 2021 Hospitals and health care systems that successfully defend against frivolous FCA actions may oftentimes recover fees and expenses incurred as part of…

David B. Honig.

Greed and Creative Pleading: A Formula for Dismissal Under the FCA

USA - July 11 2019 On July 5, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit issued an opinion enforcing Supreme Court precedent that the False…

David B. Honig.

One Is Not Enough: Court Clarifies Whistleblower’s Burden in High Volume FCA Action

USA - March 25 2020 The Southern District of Indiana recently held that a whistleblower must present sufficient evidence to support each alleged false claim, not just…

David B. Honig.