False Claims Act Update Finds More Clarity On 'Escobar'
Courts have been busy with False Claims Act-related cases in the first half of 2018 despite a lack of device-specific settlements, new analysis from law firm Gibson Dunn shows. Of particular interest: New rulings that show courts settling on a unified interpretation of the Supreme Court’s 2017 Escobar ruling.
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