Whistleblower Seeks Sanctions In Lockheed Timekeeping Suit

Law360, New York (January 10, 2013, 9:29 PM EST) -- A whistleblower plaintiff Wednesday moved for sanctions against Lockheed Martin in a False Claims Act suit over $10 million in allegedly overbilled employee work-hours, accusing the contractor of wasting the court's time by "cut[ting] and past[ing]" an earlier motion to dismiss without addressing amendments made to the complaint. 

Mark Wood, a former medical director at Lockheed's Marietta, Ga., facility, and Kathy Isley, an administrative assistant, sued Lockheed in March 2009, alleging Lockheed inflated the reported number of hours their employees worked on government contracts, because of...
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United States of America ex rel. et al v. Lockheed Martin Corp. et al


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1:09-cv-02381

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Georgia Northern

Nature of Suit

Fraud or Truth-In-Lending

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Thomas W. Thrash, Jr

Date Filed

August 31, 2009

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