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Bribery Is Not a Free Speech Right, Judge Says

In late 2012, a California district attorney’s office obtained an indictment charging 18 defendants, including school board members, administrators and contractors, with conspiracy, bribery, perjury, filing false gift reports...more

Biggest Risk of Corruption in The Construction Industry - The Global Picture 2014

The construction industry is big business. A recent study has predicted that global construction output will increase by more than 70%, to US$15 trillion per year worldwide, by 2025. The dominant sources of this growth will...more

Juvenile Court Schools, Reporting Allegations of Misconduct Against Certificated School Employees, and Bidding Practices under the...

KMTG will be issuing a series of updates on new legislation signed by Governor Brown. All laws became effective January 1, 2014, unless otherwise stated. Juvenile Court Schools—AB 631 - AB 631 amends Education...more

Construction OberView: "Objection, Privilege": Protecting the Attorney-Client Relationship amidst the Shifting Sands of False...

“Men must turn square corners when they deal with the Government.” – Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. With the Government’s prosecution of False Claims Act (“FCA”) and Contract Disputes Act (“CDA”) violations on the...more

In Appeal of Construction Fraud Case, DOJ Seeks Tougher Sentences

In a very rare case in which the government argued that it viewed criminal sentences as too lenient, the U.S. Department of Justice contended in an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit on Nov. 7, 2011, that...more

New Mandatory Disclosure and Compliance Requirements Will Impact All Government Contractors

On November 12, 2008, the federal government published a new rule that significantly affects the compliance obligations of all companies doing business with the federal government. The new rule expands the scope of...more

DOJ’s Renewed Focus on Procurement Fraud: What it means for you

With recent increases in federal procurement activity – particularly in the areas of defense and homeland security –the U.S. Department of Justice is gearing up for a potential increase in procurement fraud investigations and...more

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