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What DOJ’s FY 2018 False Claims Act Recovery Statistics Reveal

Michael J. Slattery

The Department of Justice (“DOJ”) recently released its annual fraud statistics for FY 2018. The statistics reveal that False Claims Act (“FCA”) recoveries reached their lowest level since FY 2009. 940 more words

False Claims Act And Procurement Fraud

What to Watch for in William Barr's Confirmation Hearing

William Barr is on deck at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday for his confirmation hearings to become U.S. attorney general. Here’s what you need to know to watch and understand the dynamics. 210 more words

Leadership

Government Employees Recognized, Offered Help During Dallas Church Service

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A Dallas church called attention to congregants and members who are federal government employees and offered assistance Sunday.

“Our hearts are broken when petty politics impacts the homes of individuals just trying to make a living,” said Pastor Bryan Carter at Concord Church in Oak Cliff. 124 more words

News

Breaking Camp(ie): Supreme Court Sends Gilead FCA Case Back for Likely Dismissal, Postponing Escobar’s Return

Justin A. Chiarodo and Stephanie M. Harden

The Department of Justice’s (“DOJ”) bombshell statement last month that it would seek dismissal of the Gilead False Claims Act (“FCA”) suit—a… 384 more words

Justin A. Chiarodo

Rosenstein’s Reasons for Leaving Are Plausible but Incomplete

Jan 9, 2019  by  Bob Adelmann

The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday that, based on information from a “person familiar with his thinking,” Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will shortly depart the Department of Justice, where he has served since 2017.

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