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DOJ must intervene to dismiss FCA qui tam suits, Supreme Court says

31 No. 03 WJHTH 04By Katie PasekWestlaw Journal Health Law (Approx. 4 pages)

DOJ must intervene to dismiss FCA qui tam suits, Supreme Court says

31 No. 03 WJHTH 04By Katie PasekWestlaw Journal Health Law (Approx. 4 pages)

31 No. 03 Westlaw Journal Health Law 04
July 10, 2023
False Claims Act
Westlaw Journal Health Law
By Katie Pasek
Copyright © 2023 Thomson Reuters.

DOJ must intervene to dismiss FCA qui tam suits, Supreme Court says

U.S. v. Executive Health Resources

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The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the False Claims Act does not allow the U.S. Justice Department to dismiss a qui tam lawsuit over a whistleblower's objections unless the government intervenes, which it may do at any time.
Supreme Court opinion:
3rd Circuit opinion: 17 F.4th 376
District Court order: 422 F. Supp. 3d 916
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