Bombardier Says FCA Suit Over Crashed Plane Parts Can't Fly

Law360, New York (February 7, 2014, 2:56 PM EST) -- Canadian plane manufacturer Bombardier Inc. urged a Texas federal judge Thursday to dismiss a qui tam action alleging it submitted false claims to the government for aircraft parts involved in accidents, arguing the relator failed to identify the claims at issue or that Bombardier had knowledge of the wrongdoing.

Bombardier argued in its motion to dismiss that there are no statutory, contractual or regulatory provisions to back up relator George Gage's claim that it engaged in a scheme to bill the government for crashed aircraft parts...
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