Case Study: Sandager V. Dell Marketing

Law360, New York (May 17, 2012, 12:53 PM EDT) -- While the False Claims Act generally is understood to be a “whistleblower” statute, it has been a tool of choice in recent years for opportunistic qui tam relators who lack any inside information regarding the very companies they sue. Not surprisingly, this lack of inside information has resulted in many qui tam cases being dismissed either because they merely mimic the allegations of a previously filed case or do not plead their allegations of fraud with sufficient particularity.

A very recent example of this trend is...
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