By Jason Lynch, Bob Rhoad and Andy Liu

May 1, 2019

Whether and when the Department of Justice may dismiss cases brought by private individuals under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act has been raised for many years. The debate is now reaching a crescendo.  We have just published a Feature Comment in The Government Contractor that discusses the recent decisions in the “NHAG” cases and their implications for DOJ’s ability to dismiss qui tam suits. Click here to download the article.

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