Muddy Rulings Kept Contractors On Toes In 2010

Law360, New York (December 27, 2010, 1:15 PM EST) -- Key appeals court rulings on the False Claims Act and Contract Disputes Act in 2010 have left government contracts attorneys wondering if they should prepare defenses against overzealous false claims suits or litigate simply in order to be able to mount a defense in a contract appeal, attorneys said.

New ethics regulations and disclosure requirements have created more opportunities for contractors to draw the government's ire, and at a time when the government has used creative legal theories to try to turn technical breaches of contract...
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