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4th Circ. Per-Invoice Rule: Warnings For Gov't Contractors

July 3, 2014, Law360

Susan Cassidy and Mike Wagner write on the False Claims Act in this article for Law360

"For the past four years, FCA enforcement has focused most heavily on the health care industry, recovering more than $2 billion a year in cases involving health care fraud. This article discusses a recent FCA ruling by the Fourth Circuit that, if allowed to stand, could make the defense industry a more attractive target for qui tam relators by subjecting defense contractors to millions of dollars in civil penalties based solely on how often they happen to invoice the government — even if the relator never proves any damages." 

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