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U.S. ex rel. Grant v. United Airlines Inc.

A Closer Look at the FCA’s Particularity and Retaliation Requirements


Posted on February 8, 2019 in False Claims Act Defense

Published by: Hall Render

In a partial affirmation, the Fourth Circuit weeded out False Claims Act (“FCA”) claims made without particularity, requiring relators to “connect the dots” between the alleged false claims and government payment and highlighted the FCA’s recently amended “objective reasonableness” standard in reviewing retaliation claims. Background In 2010, the FCA was amended to include any... READ MORE

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