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Implied Certification and the Problem of Interpretation Under the False Claims Act

by Joan H. Krause [Cross-posted from Hamilton and Griffin On Rights] In a recent post, I explained the contours of the False Claims Act (FCA) implied certification theory of falsity, the subject of the recent Supreme Court argument in Universal … Continue reading →

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