Supreme Court Hears Argument on Scope of False Claims Act

20 April 2016 Corporate Counsel Publication
Author(s): Lawrence M. Kraus

Corporate Counsel

Partner Lawrence Kraus and Senior Counsel Jason Drori contributed an article to Corporate Counsel, “Supreme Court Hears Argument on Scope of False Claims Act,” on April 20, 2016. The article discussed the recent oral arguments of U.S. Supreme Court case, Universal Health Services Inc. v. United States ex rel. Escobar, which may decide how far the False Claims Act stretches. Kraus and Drori discussed the arguments for Universal and the realtors (Julio Escobar and Carmen Correa) and analyzed the course the court may take.

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