The Glass Slipper: Searching For The FCA Case That Fits

Law360, New York (September 3, 2014, 10:19 AM EDT) -- Imagine an employee of a government contracting firm sees her company engaged in all manner of potentially fraudulent conduct. She believes that management routinely inflates employee labor hours or that the company has knowingly failed to meet the requisite safety standards for its products. Perhaps the employee works in health care and is aware of an off-label marketing scheme or that physicians in a practice routinely engage in upcoding....

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