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Constitutional Challenges to the FCAís Qui Tam Mechanism: Ripe for a Revival?
Topic: Government Contracting
By John T. Boese, Of Counsel, and Douglas W. Baruch, a Partner, with Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP in the firmís Washington, D.C. office.
Working Paper, February 2018
A Year after U.S. ex rel. Escobar, Lower Courts Diverge on Key Question in Implied-False-Certification FCA Suits
Topic: Government Contracting
By Craig D. Margolis, a Partner, and Christian D. Sheehan, a Senior Associate, with Vinson & Elkins LLP in the firmís Washington, DC office.
Legal Backgrounder, August 11, 2017
DOJ May Settle "Qui Tam" Cases over Relatorsí Objections
Topic: Government Contracting
By Kristin Graham Koehler, a Partner, and Morgan Lindsay, an Associate, with Sidley Austin LLP in the firm’s Washington, DC office, and Scott Stein, a Partner in the firm’s Chicago, IL office.
Counsel's Advisory, July 14, 2017
A Convincing Case for Judicial Stays of Discovery in False Claims Act Qui Tam Litigation
Topic: Government Contracting
By Stephen A. Wood, a Partner with Chuhak & Tecson PC in Chicago, IL.
Legal Backgrounder, May 5, 2017
DOJ Uses False Claims Act to Enforce FDA Manufacturing Rules
Topic: Government Contracting
By Anne K. Walsh, a Director at Hyman, Phelps & McNamara, PC, a boutique FDA law firm in Washington, DC.
Counsel's Advisory, April 7, 2017
How Exclusion and Debarment Empower Prosecutors to Vastly Expand False Claims Act Liability
Topic: Government Contracting
By Stephen J. Obermeier, a Partner with Wiley Rein LLP in the firmís Washington, DC office, and Dylan Hix, an Associate with the firm.
Working Paper, December 2016
Implied-Certification FCA Claims Post-Escobar: Three Appellate Court Cases May Show the Way
Topic: Government Contracting
By Christopher W. Myers, a Partner in the Denver, CO office of Dentons, and J.W. Lafferty, an Associate in the firmís Los Angeles, CA office.
Legal Backgrounder, September 30, 2016
The Case for a Clear-and-Convincing Burden of Proof for False Claims Act Qui Tam Relators
Topic: Government Contracting
By Stephen A. Wood, a Principal with Chuhak & Tecson PC in its Chicago, IL office.
Working Paper, September 2016
Will Novel Challenge to ďReverse-PaymentĒ Patent Settlement Expand False Claims Act Liability?
Topic: Government Contracting
By Peter B. Hutt II, a Partner, and Catherine E. Creely, Counsel, with Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP in its Washington, DC office.
Legal Opinion Letter, December 11, 2015
Federal Contract Office's Latest Regulatory Overreach Deserves Supreme Court Review
Topic: Government Contracting
By Lawrence S. Ebner and Mark J. Meagher, partners in the Washington, D.C. and Denver offices, respectively, of McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, and Joel M. Pratt, a law clerk in the firm's Denver office.
Legal Opinion Letter, April 24, 2015
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