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Squire Patton Boggs | USA | 20 Apr 2020

Consumer did not “agree” to after-added arbitration clause

Adding an arbitration clause to previously-agreed upon terms and conditions (Ts and Cs) does not automatically ensure that a subsequent TCPA dispute…
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Bass, Berry & Sims PLC | USA | 17 Mar 2020

Courts Grapple with Causation Requirement in FCA Cases Based on Violations of Anti-Kickback Statute

Congress amended the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) in 2010 to confirm that a claim “resulting from” an AKS violation constitutes a false or fraudulent…
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Kelley Drye & Warren LLP | USA | 9 Jan 2020

Court Holds Hemp License is a Constitutionally-Protected Property Interest

On January 2, 2020, a federal district court judge in Minnesota found that a local hemp farmer had a constitutionally-protected property interest in…
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McGuireWoods LLP | USA | 22 Apr 2019

Data Preservation: Don't Treat Discovery Like It's 1999

Cell phones have been around for a long time, but preserving the data they contain for discovery purposes is still often overlooked or avoided due to…
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Sidley Austin LLP | USA | 19 Apr 2019

District Court Held that Government Must Produce Factual Basis For Allegations of Below-Fair-Market-Value Transfers

Earlier this month, in a FCA case in which the Government intervened, the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota held that the…
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Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP | USA | 8 Apr 2019

Whistleblower Defense Alert: District Court Holds that DOJ Can Still Dismiss Qui Tam Cases After It Declines To Intervene—With No Justification Required for Dismissal

In a recent decision, the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota held that the Department of Justice (DOJ) can still dismiss a qui…
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Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP | USA | 7 Mar 2019

Injury-in-Fact vs. Actual Damages — Avoiding a Jurisdictional Sideshow in Data Breach Class Actions by Challenging Damages, Not Injury

Following the Supreme Court’s ruling in Spokeo v. Robins, which held that federal plaintiffs alleging a statutory violation must have suffered a real…
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Sidley Austin LLP | USA | 27 Feb 2019

District of Minnesota Decision Sides With Swift’s Interpretation of DOJ’s “Unfettered Right” To Dismiss A Declined Qui Tam Action

Since last year’s Granston Memo (discussed recently here and here), DOJ has actively sought dismissal of FCA cases that it believes do not serve the…
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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 19 Feb 2019

Flesh Eating Bacteria Ate My Homework

If you’re like most folks, you’ve been wondering “when am I going to see a story mentioning both flesh eating bacteria and reasonable accommodation.”…
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Faruki PLL | USA | 12 Feb 2019

Will the Court Dismiss the False and Deceptive Advertising Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Rachel Ray’s Pet Food Company?

In my previous blog “Does a Herbicide Make Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Dog Food Not ‘Nutrish’? One Pet Owner Thinks So,” I noted that the court in Parks v…
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