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DOES THE WAR ON TERRORISM TOLL THE LIMITATIONS PERIOD ON CONTRACTOR FRAUD?

30 No. 13 WJCODL 14By David L. Scher, Esq., and R. Scott Oswald, Esq., The Employment Law Group Westlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 8 pages)

DOES THE WAR ON TERRORISM TOLL THE LIMITATIONS PERIOD ON CONTRACTOR FRAUD?

30 No. 13 WJCODL 14By David L. Scher, Esq., and R. Scott Oswald, Esq., The Employment Law Group Westlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 8 pages)

30 No. 13 Westlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability 14
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By David L. Scher, Esq., and R. Scott Oswald, Esq., The Employment Law Groupaa1
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DOES THE WAR ON TERRORISM TOLL THE LIMITATIONS PERIOD ON CONTRACTOR FRAUD?

David L. Scher and R. Scott Oswald of The Employment Law Group discuss the pending U.S. Supreme Court case of Kellogg Brown & Root Services Inc. v. United States ex rel. Carter, which raises questions regarding the False Claims Act and the Wartime...
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