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A Rare and Unusual Whistleblower Case

In March, 2017, a whistleblower case in Florida with three unusual characteristics concluded with the awarding of triple damages, turning the over-$115 million award into $347 million. While the…

What Are “Usual and Customary Charges” FCA Violations?

You may have heard the phrase “usual, customary, and reasonable” with regard to medical charges of all types. Insurance companies often use such guidelines to regulate what they will…

I Signed a Confidentiality Agreement—Can I Still Be a Whistleblower?

Confidentiality agreements are growing more common in the workplace these days and are no longer limited to managers or to those who might handle secret information. You might have…

Qui Tam FCA Case Nets $45 Million in GSA Contract Allegations

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced in a statement released on March 13, 2017, that CA Inc., an information technology, software, and software services company headquartered in New…

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