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Supreme Court Decides That Dismissal Is Not Mandated for Violations of the False Claims Acts Seal Provision

07 December 2016

FCA Alert

Yesterday, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. v. United States ex rel. Rigsby, a closely watched case about the False Claims Act (FCA). At issue was the proper remedy for a violation of the FCA's seal provision—a provision that requires private plaintiffs (known as relators) to keep their FCA complaints under seal for a certain period of time.

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