Whistleblower Suit Alleging Contractor Fraud Back In Court

Law360 (July 16, 2020, 6:44 PM EDT) -- Mediation was unsuccessful in an unusual whistleblower case attempting to also hold insurers liable for alleged contractor fraud, and the case should proceed in court, the parties told a Washington, D.C., federal court.

Whistleblower Andrew Scollick's False Claims Act suit against a range of individuals, construction contractors and insurance companies should pick up where it left off: with a sanctions request, a request for additional depositions and a motion to add another defendant to the case, the parties said Wednesday.

Scollick in 2014 accused a group of individuals of setting up shell companies that wrongly bid on government contracts set aside...

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