No Post-Holiday Nap for FCA Fans: DOJ Statistics and Important Certiorari Grant Cap Week After Thanksgiving

By: Craig Margolis, John Elwood, Christine Roushdy, Kathleen Neace, and Christina Ferma, Published on Vinson & Elkins LLP on December 8, 2015 The week after Thanksgiving was not without excitement — at least for False Claims Act watchers — as it marked the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) long-awaited release of annual FCA statistics, which was followed shortly by the Supreme Court granting certiorari on implied certification theory, which has bedeviled courts and practitioners for years. [Read More

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