DynCorp JV Accused Of Lying To Army On Translation Deals

Law360 (October 22, 2018, 7:24 PM EDT) -- A DynCorp-AECOM joint venture falsely claimed it was not the true employer of workers under two multibillion-dollar translation services contracts with the U.S. Army, while housing the workers in "unconscionable" conditions and coercing them into confessing to violations of Kuwaiti work laws, according to an unsealed False Claims Act complaint.

Global Linguist Solutions LLC was the employer in practice of interpreters and translators ostensibly employed by small business subcontractors, and it kept workers in crowded, overheated living conditions at Middle Eastern military bases, while also getting them into trouble with Kuwaiti authorities by trying to game Kuwait's employment laws, Elgasim Mohamed...

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