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U.S. tells 1st Circuit it need not show but-for causation in FCA kickback cases

2024 HEADBRF 0024By Amy Grossberg, Esq.WESTLAW Health Daily Briefing (Approx. 3 pages)

U.S. tells 1st Circuit it need not show but-for causation in FCA kickback cases

2024 HEADBRF 0024By Amy Grossberg, Esq.WESTLAW Health Daily Briefing (Approx. 3 pages)

U.S. tells 1st Circuit it need not show but-for causation in FCA kickback cases

(April 11, 2024) - The federal government is urging a federal appeals panel to toss a lower court ruling that it must meet the stringent but-for causation standard in its kickback-related False Claims Act suit against Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc....

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