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Taking Out the Trash: District Court Grants Summary Judgment Where Federal Agencies Continued to Pay for Waste Removal Services Following Regulatory Violation

USA - February 3 2020 A Pennsylvania district court recently weighed in on the question of whether the government's continued payment after the filing of a qui tam action…

Because the Mafia Doesn’t Issue 8-Ks: DOJ Explains Recent Corporate Policy Changes and Foreshadows Additional Guidance

USA - September 18 2019 On September 12, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Miner announced in a speech that the DOJ Criminal Division will consider issuing prosecutorial…

Amy Lamoureux Riella, Morgan Kelley.

New Guidelines Reward Voluntary Self-Disclosure of FCA Violations and Cooperation with DOJ

USA - May 30 2019 The U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) announced this month its latest initiative to incentivize companies to voluntarily self-disclose potential…

Brian L. Howard II, Dan Graham, Eric Hernandez.

Taking Out the Trash: District Court Grants Summary Judgment Where Federal Agencies Continued to Pay for Waste Removal Services Following Regulatory Violation

USA - May 11 2018 A Pennsylvania district court recently weighed in on the question of whether the government’s continued payment after the filing of a qui tam action…

Christian Sheehan.

The Gift That Keeps On Giving: Pre-ACA Public Disclosure Bar's Stringent Original Source Requirements Defeat Relator's Claim in the Fifth Circuit

USA - January 19 2018 As we have written about previously, although almost eight years have passed since the 2010 ACA amendments, because qui tam actions often stay under…

Amy Lamoureux Riella, Ralph C. Mayrell.