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Constantine Cannon Partner Jessica Moore on Court’s Decision in Medicare Advantage Case

Posted  07/23/18
Becker’s Hospital Review published Four Key Takeaways From 9th Circuit’s Resurrection of the Silingo Medicare Advantage Case, written by Constantine Cannon partner Jessica T. Moore. In the article, Ms. Moore analyzes the Ninth Circuit’s July, 2018, ruling in U.S. ex rel. Silingo v. WellPoint, Inc., a case brought by a whistleblower under the False Claims Act alleging risk adjustment fraud in Medicare’s Part C program. The Ninth Circuit’s decision “swept...

District Court Gives Short Shrift to Payment Terms in Recent Brookdale Decision

Posted  06/30/17
By Rosie Dawn Griffin
A recent district court decision from the Middle District of Tennessee serves as a reminder that qui tam relators would be wise to ferret out and include in their filings examples of any instances in which the government has taken enforcement action against companies involved in the type of misconduct they allege. It also underscores the point that courts must remember that the government has to pick and choose what malfeasance...

Kuwaiti Companies Can't Exit FCA Suit Over Service Process

Posted  02/21/17
By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team On Friday, U.S. District Judge Thomas W. Thrash, Jr. in Georgia declined to dismiss a False Claims Act case against Kuwaiti companies accused of participating in a plan to overcharge the U.S. government for fresh fruits and vegetables. The defendants, government contractors who supplied food to troops in the Middle East, had moved to dismiss on a number of grounds, including that they were...

Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Suit Against KBR Will Go Forward: False Certification of Compliance Not Needed To State a Claim

Posted  10/21/15
C|C Whistleblower Team By Janice Kelly A whistleblower suit against KBR will go forward after a district court judge found that relators’ complaint sufficiently alleged a violation of the False Claims Act. Judge Michael M. Mihm found that relators’ claims that KBR sidestepped required inventory controls and ordered hundreds of millions of dollars of unneeded materials met the FCA’s requirement that fraud be pleaded with particularity.  Constantine Cannon is lead counsel for...

Fourth Circuit Embraces Expansive View of False Claims Act Fraud and Materiality In Triple Canopy Ruling

Posted  01/15/15
By Gordon Schnell Another circuit court decision giving a properly expansive view of what it takes to make out a fraud claim under the False Claims Act.  This one from the Fourth Circuit in United States v. Triple Canopy, Inc..  Before the Court were two key questions.  One, whether a defense contractor's claim for payment still could be false when there was nothing false on the face of the invoice. ...

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