How similar is too similar?

D.C. Circuit to weigh whether past filing bars whistleblower action.

, The National Law Journal


An important False Claims Act case is set for argument Sept. 16 in the D.C. Circuit. Millions of dollars can be at stake for the whistleblower who first jumps into the fray to allege wrongdoing.

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