Represented Defense Contractor in FMS FCA Case
Represented major defense contractor in False Claims Act litigation concerning alleged conspiracy in connection with alleged misuse of U.S. aid by a former Israeli Air Force officer.
Won Fourth Circuit Appeal Dismissing FCA Case
Represented a foreign construction company, the prime contractor for the building of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, in a qui tam suit alleging fraud in connection with the performance of the contract; successfully argued dismissal of the suit at the summary judgment stage and affirmance of the dismissal by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
Secured Dismissal of Qui Tam Suit Before Trial
Represented a munitions manufacturer in a qui tam suit alleging defective products due to product substitution and conformance with contractual specifications; secured dismissal of the suit with prejudice before trial.
Negotiated Resolution to FCA and Suspension and Debarment Case
Represented munitions manufacturer in False Claims Act suit relating to alleged product substitution; negotiated favorable settlement and avoided suspension and debarment.
Secured Jury Verdict for Battlefield Contractor
Represented a "battlefield" contractor in qui tam suit alleging fraud in performance of security detail contracts; majority of allegations dismissed on summary judgement and jury returned verdict for defendant on all remaining claims.
Obtained Dismissal of Suit Following Six-Year Investigation
Represented a Medicare Carrier in a six-year federal investigation prompted by a qui tam suit alleging fraud in connection with the processing of claims; successfully obtained dismissal of suit without unsealing.