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Department of Justice Intends To Scrutinize Role of Litigation Funding in Qui Tam Lawsuits

We recently reported on the Eleventh Circuit’s decision in Ruckh v. Salus Rehabilitation LLC, which was the first case to assess the role of litigation funding agreements in qui tam litigation.  […]

Eleventh Circuit Reinstates Bulk of $350 Million FCA Jury Verdict, Adds Further Gloss to the FCA’s Materiality and Causation Standards and Role of Litigation Funding

On June 25, 2020, the Eleventh Circuit affirmed in part and reversed in part a district court’s decision to set aside a jury’s $350 million verdict in favor of the […]

Deputy Associate Attorney General Stephen Cox Addresses FCA Enforcement Issues

On January 27, 2020, Deputy Associate Attorney General Stephen Cox provided insight into current DOJ False Claims Act enforcement priorities and topics such as dismissals under the Granston Memo and […]

District Court Vacates $350M Jury Verdict Under Escobar For Failure to Prove the Government Would Have Denied Payment

As discussed here and here, courts continue to grapple with how to resolve qui tam cases where the government continued purchasing from the defendant even after being made aware of […]

Statistical Sampling As A Means to Prove Liability Continues to Gain Traction

Posted by Scott Stein and Brenna Jenny A court in the Middle District of Florida is the latest of a growing number of courts (as reported here and here) that has allowed […]