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Implied Certification and the Quest for Fraud that “Counts” Under the False Claims Act

By Joan H. Krause [Cross-posted from Hamilton and Griffin on Rights] Sometimes, we lie when we speak; other times, we lie when we don’t. Striking the right balance is the essence of the Universal Health Services (UHS) case recently argued … Continue reading →

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