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Relators’ Failure to Navigate the FCA’s “Procedural Minefield” Prompts Tenth Circuit Dismissal of Qui Tam Action under the First-to-File Bar

USA - September 19 2017 The Tenth Circuit's detailed opinion and reasoning in United States ex rel. Little v. Triumph Gear Sys., Inc., No.16-4152, 2017 WL 4105933 (10th Cir...

Douglas W. Baruch, John T. Boese, Jennifer M. Wollenberg.


CIVIL FALSE CLAIMS ACT: Supreme Court Justices Hear Argument on the Implied False Certification Theory under the FCA

USA - April 20 2016 It is never wise to predict the final outcome in a case before the Supreme Court based on the oral argument, and today's argument in Universal Health...

Douglas W. Baruch, John T. Boese, Jennifer M. Wollenberg.


Recent developments

USA - April 9 2010 On April 6, 2010, the President issued a memorandum directing executive agencies to use “every means available” to (1) identify each “prime recipient” that is required to file a report on FederalReporting.gov due to its receipt of funds under the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (Recovery Act) and (2) ensure that every such recipient has filed a report....

James J. McCullough, Joel R. Feidelman, Steven A. Alerding, Joseph J. LoBue, Brian M. Stanford.


Recent decisions

USA - April 9 2010 The GAO sustained two bid protests challenging the award of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract for the design and construction of a hospital because the Army unreasonably determined that the awardee did not have Organizational Conflicts of Interest (OCIs) arising through its design subcontractor....

James J. McCullough, Joel R. Feidelman, Steven A. Alerding, Joseph J. LoBue, Brian M. Stanford.