UPS To Pay $4.2M To Settle FCA Claims Over Late Deliveries

Law360, Los Angeles (October 20, 2015, 10:49 PM EDT) -- UPS will pay $4.2 million to close out a whistleblower's suit alleging the company lied to avoid paying refunds to state and city governments after the shipper agreed to shell out $25 million in a deal earlier this year, a former employee's attorneys said Tuesday.

United Parcel Service Inc. agreed to pay $4.2 million to more than a dozen state and city governments and the District of Columbia to resolve allegations that it falsified delivery records on state and city government packages, whistleblower Robert K. Fulk's attorneys said.

In May, UPS agreed to pay $25 million, including $3.75 million to Fulk, who filed...

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