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January 10, 2017

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will admit wrongdoing and pay a $400,000 penalty to settle charges that it failed to inform bond purchasers of risks to a series of New Jersey roadway projects the bonds were being used to fund. The SEC’s order found that the Port Authority offered and sold $2.3 billion worth of bonds to investors despite internal discussions about whether certain projects outlined in offering documents ventured outside its mandate and potentially weren’t legal to pursue. The Port Authority omitted any mention in its offering documents about these risks to its ability to fund the proposed projects. SEC

December 1, 2014

Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) agreed to pay $4M to resolve allegations under the False Claims Act that it submitted false claims to the Corporation for National and Community Service concerning AmeriCorps state and national grants. The allegations first arose from a whistleblower lawsuit filed by MCCCD employee Christine Hunt under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act. She will receive a whistleblower award of $775,827. DOJ

DOJ Catch Of The Week -- Technology Integration Group

Posted  08/14/15
By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team This week's Department of Justice "Catch of the Week" goes to PC Specialists Inc., doing business as Technology Integration Group (TIG).  On Tuesday, the San-Diego-based computer supply company agreed to pay $5.9 million to settle charges it inflated the price of computers sold through another company to the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) for use at Sandia...

D.C. Circuit Opines on What Constitutes Knowledge of Falsity Under the False Claims Act

Posted  09/11/14
By Jason Enzler The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an opinion recently affirming a trial court’s grant of summary judgment against a qui tam relator.  The ruling in U.S. ex rel. Folliard v. Government Acquisitions, Inc. dealt with two issues: whether the lower court properly denied discovery of certain information and whether the defendant had “knowingly” submitted false claims...

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