US ex rel. Smith v. Boeing Co.

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US ex rel Smith v Boeing Case No. 05-1073-MLB (D.Kansas Oct. 8, 2014) The court granted Boeing’s motion for summary judgment, finding that there were reasonable conflicting interpretations of the contract’s requirements, undermining any claim of knowing false certification, and that the FAA had specifically investigated and rejected Relator’s interpretations.... Continue Reading →

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US ex rel. Kelly v. Serco, Inc.

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US ex rel Kelly v Serco Case no. 11cv2975 /WQH-RBB (S.D.Cal. Oct. 6, 2014) Relator alleged the Defendant failed to follow government time and cost reporting requirements. The court found that Defendant impliedly certified compliance with certain regulations. However, the court found that the regulations, which applied to the Department... Continue Reading →

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Relator’s Damages and Documentation Theories Rejected in Halifax

This week a Court in the Middle District of Florida dealt a blow to a whistleblower’s allegations of fraud in U.S. ex rel. Baklid-Kunz v. Halifax Hospital Medical Center ruling that: (1) the Relator is barred from recovering damages even if it can prove its allegations and (2) the Relator is... Continue Reading →

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Sixth Circuit: Violations of Conditions of Participation Insufficient Basis for FCA Claims

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By David B. Honig and Andrew B. Howk In U.S. v. MedQuest, the Sixth Circuit held that violations by a provider of conditions of participation in Medicare were insufficient as a matter of law to “trigger the hefty fines and penalties created by the FCA.” This case was a reaffirmation... Continue Reading →

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Summary Judgment Granted!

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The Federal District Court in the Southern District of Illinois granted summary judgment against a whistleblower, and in favor of the Defendant, in a case filed against an Effingham, Illinois urologist. The whistleblower alleged the doctor billed for services provided by his staff, under his supervision, when he was not... Continue Reading →

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