DynCorp Whistleblower Says Disclosure Bar Doesn't Apply

By Daniel Wilson (September 9, 2021, 4:40 PM EDT) -- A whistleblower who has accused DynCorp International of overcharging the Army under a massive logistics contract told a Texas federal court that he should not be tossed from the case, saying the False Claims Act's public disclosure bar didn't apply.

The government was not involved in whistleblower Robert Reddell's qui tam suit alleging DynCorp passed along inflated subcontractor invoices to the government before co-relator Robert Hendrix joined the suit, therefore no public disclosure had been made under the terms of the FCA and Hendrix should not be dismissed as a relator, the pair said in a brief filed Wednesday. 

"Because the...

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