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Appellate Court Upholds Dismissal of False Claims Act Case Against QVC, Denies that Qui Tam Plaintiff is Owed Monetary Proceeds,...

On March 31, 2015, the Appellate Court of Illinois, First District in a Rule 23 Order, upheld the dismissal of a False Claims Act (“FCA”) case against QVC, Inc. (“QVC”). In the dismissed case, the qui tam plaintiff had...more

Third Circuit affirms dismissal of False Claims Act suit, citing contract ambiguity

Ambiguous contract terms are ordinarily a liability for government contractors, opening the possibility of misunderstandings, expensive disputes, and, potentially, unpaid additional work. However, contract ambiguity recently...more

United States of America v. DHL Express (USA), Inc.

Decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals Second Circuit regarding false claims against the government by carrier DHL (02/05/2014).

In this significant decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals Second Circuit regarding false claims against the government by carrier DHL, the Second Circuit ruled that the 180-day transportation statute, cited in the earlier...more

Your Appraisal or Their Appraisal? Applying For Federal Reimbursement May Destroy An Appraisal’s Protected Status

In a recent decision by the Appellate Division, Third Department, Lerner v. New York, the Court confirmed that documents prepared in anticipation of litigation, including appraisal reports, would lose their protection as...more

California Federal Court Dismisses FCA Case Pursuant to Public Disclosure Bar

In United States and State of California ex rel. Fryberger et al. v. Kiewit Pacific Company, et al., No. 12-CV-02698, 2013 WL 5770514 (October 24, 2013), a California federal court in the Northern District of California ...more

Eminent Domain Opinion Demonstrates Need to Get Final Order Right the First Time

All eminent domain attorneys know the importance of getting the Final Order of Condemnation right. After all, it's the document that gets recorded, effecting the transfer of title to the agency. But sometimes mistakes...more

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