As we reported here, the Fourth Circuit is currently facing a unique case presenting the question of whether the government has an unfettered veto authority over FCA settlements and, if not, whether the district court erred in rejecting the government’s objections to a settlement. See United States ex rel. Michaels v. Agape Senior Cmty., Inc., No. 15-2145 (4th Cir.). Notably, the government’s objections were premised on the use of statistical sampling to establish FCA liability, adding to the dispute a critical issue that has been generating significant debate.
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