False Claims Act Trial Strategy
48 CFR 52.203-13 and Civil Discovery I wanted to update a two-part prior post on the Barko opinion out of the D.C. Circuit which regular readers may remember. The two-part prior post concerns 48 CFR 52.203-13 […]
Federal judge probes unorthodox civil discovery methods used by Davita Healthcare Partners This is the first of a two-part post on an epic discovery battle currently being waged in the U.S. District Court for […]
Pretrial Motions Practice in Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act cases Today’s post takes a look at pretrial motions practice in Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act cases. Specifically, we will take a look at […]
Blocking and tackling in qui tam litigation — execution on fundamentals wins the day… As regular readers know, I believe in focusing on the fundamentals in litigation or, at least, that is what […]
Truly There Is Nothing New Under the Sun — And Even Lance Armstrong’s Highly Paid Lawyers Can’t Come Up with Something New….
The qui tam case against Lance Armstrong has been in the news again recently. By way of review, the allegations are that Lance Armstrong was (1) taking performance enhancing drugs while (2) being […]