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May 26, 2015 False Claims Act Legal News

UPS Settles False Claims Allegations for $25 Million

The Department of Justice issued a groundbreaking press release involving a recent settlement with United Parcel Service, the national logistics company. The May 19, 2015, press release details several allegations involving false billing and invoicing for delivery services. While UPS is primarily known for its on-ground delivery system, the False […]
April 27, 2015 False Claims Act Legal News

Air Ideal, Inc. Settles False Claims Act Allegations With DOJ in Unique Agreement

The Small Business Administration maintains several programs and opportunities to help historically underserved communities and demographics. One such program is known as the Historically Underutilized Business Zone program, also known as the HUBZone program. Under HUBZone rules, preferential treatment may be available for potential business owners seeking to start or […]
April 24, 2015 False Claims Act Legal News

DOJ Blocks Lance Armstrong Settlement; Cites Public Interest Concerns

In 2010, Lance Armstrong’s former cycling teammate, Floyd Landis, filed a lawsuit against Armstrong under the False Claims Act. In essence, Landis’s claims centered on the nearly 30 million in taxpayer dollars given to the team during its sponsorship by the U.S. Postal Service – and the subsequent revelation that […]
April 8, 2015 False Claims Act Legal News

Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company Agrees to $44 Million False Claims Settlement

In a recent False Claims Act settlement, a prominent insurance company has agreed to pay a staggering $44 million to the federal government to settle claims it unlawfully certified certain crop insurance policies as eligible for coverage by the United States Department of Agriculture. The settlement involves the Fireman’s Fund […]
March 27, 2015 False Claims Act Legal News

Sixth Circuit Issues Pivotal Ruling Involving ‘Public Disclosure Bar’ in FCA Cases

The False Claims Act’s public disclosure bar prohibits any whistleblower from filing a claim if the facts of the claim are based on information that would be readily available to the public, regardless of whether the whistleblower actually knew about or reviewed the public information prior to initiating the lawsuit. […]
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