Military vehicles maker Navistar Defense pays $50 million to settle whistleblower False Claims Act case for false sales histories

Military vehicles manufacturer, Navistar Defense LLC (Navistar), will pay $50 million to resolve a whistleblower case in which it was revealed  that it fraudulently induced the U.S. Marine Corps to enter into a contract modification at inflated prices for a suspension system for armored vehicles known as Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles. During...

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Marketing firm Publicis sued by Massachusetts AG for fueling pain meds epidemic and getting docs to prescribe more pain meds

 Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Health sued a global marketing company  Publicis for engaging in unfair and deceptive marketing schemes to help a pain medication maker to market and sell certain pain medications that are addictive painkillers. The work included creating sales training materials and emails and other information distributed to prescribers to...

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Federal grand jury returns indictment on CEO of SEG Armor for illegally selling US Government Chinese made body armor through GSA

  The Chief Executive Officer of Surveillance Equipment Group (SEG) and SEG Armor, Arthur Morgan of Virginia has been indicted by a federal grand jury for selling ballistic vests, helmets, riot gear and other items that were made in Mainland China. Morgan is alleged to have certified that the products were made in the United...
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What Is a Qui Tam Lawsuit?

Qui tam is a False Claims Act provision that allows individuals and organizations to report evidence of fraud against the federal government. The federal government relies on qui tam lawsuits to fight fraud, and it rewards individuals who report fraud, also called whistleblowers, for...
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