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Implied Certification Under the FCA: Unanimous Supreme Court Raises the Bar

17 June 2016

In the most closely watched False Claims Act case in recent memory, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion yesterday upholding the concept of "implied certification" as a basis for False Claims Act liability in some circumstances, but rejecting attempts to expand liability under that theory to include any violation of a statute, regulation, or contract term that might lead the government to deny payment of a claim.

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