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It’s Auer Over but the Shouting Appellate Alert

Recalibrating—And Restricting—The Deference Due Federal Agencies’ Interpretations Of Their Own Regulations

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INSIGHT: Defendants May Seek to Use Discovery to Soften Impact of SCOTUS Decision Bloomberg Law

Defendants in False Claims Act cases may be able to limit the impact of a recent Supreme Court decision, Hogan Lovells attorneys say. The court clarified application of the law’s...

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With Cochise Decision, Supreme Court Expands Limitations Period in Declined Qui Tam Cases Client Alert

The Supreme Court handed down its decision today in Cochise Consultancy, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Hunt, a closely-watched case about the False Claims Act’s (FCA) statute of...

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Blurred boundaries: The latest developments in class actions, multi-claimant actions, and cross-border litigation in the EU and U.S.

The Second Edition Blurred Boundariescaptures the most essential collective action developments across the EU Member States and the United States. It addresses details on the blurred...

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Implications from Digital Realty Trust, Inc. v. Somers FCA Alert

The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously concluded that the anti-retaliation provision of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act protects only those individuals who ...

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Lessons from the new U.S. Supreme Court decision affecting timing for filing federal appeals Appellate Alert

Hamer v. Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago


U.S. – Sovereign Immunity Shields University from Inventorship Dispute

In a case involving medical methods invented by two Nobel laureates, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled that sovereign immunity prevents a third researcher from...

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The District of Oregon Rules That the United States May Not Pursue False Claims Act Litigation Against State Entities Education Alert

On April 11, 2017, the United States District Court for the District of Oregon held that the United States may not pursue False Claims Act (FCA) litigation against an arm of the State and...

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False Claims Act: A Year in Review 2016

The False Claims Act (FCA) today bears little resemblance to the law President Lincoln signed 154 years ago to stop con artists from selling the U.S. Army gun powder barrels filled with saw ...

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