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A Look at Four FCA Petitions Seeking Supreme Court Input

September 19, 2017, BNA's Federal Contracts Report

Justin Ganderson is quoted in a Federal Contracts Report article examining a number of False Claims Act petitions seeking Supreme Court input. According to Ganderson, the fact that Universal Health is only 15 months old makes it unlikely the court will take on this case, but doing so could ‘‘further clarify the contours and bounds of implied certification." He adds, "Further guidance would help distinguish between alleged facts that give rise to an FCA violation versus a breach of contract."

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