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Fifth Circuit Finds Government Knowledge Defense Not Appropriate On Motion To Dismiss

Posted  01/8/15
By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team Under the so-called "government knowledge" defense, the government's awareness of a fraud can defeat False Claims Act liability on the ground the defendant did not "knowingly" defraud the government since the government acted with full information.  It is not a statutory defense but merely a way for a defendant to rebut the intent (or scienter) element of a False Claims Act...