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Cisco Systems and Westcon Group North America will pay the U.S. government $48 million in violation of the False Claims Act. The case was originally filed in 2004 by two whistleblowers, Norman Rille and Neal Roberts. The whistleblowers alleged that Cisco, a computer hardware vendor, gave kickbacks to information technology consultants to ensure that the [...]

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The private security firm Blackwater is the subject of a False Claims Act (FCA) lawsuit in the United States and the company’s founder was answering questions in Abu Dhabi on August 23rd.  Erik Prince, the company’s founder, moved to the United Arab Emirates this past month, and the plaintiff’s attorney had [...]

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Morganti Group, Inc. of Danbury, Connecticut has agreed to settle a False Claims Act case with the federal government for $800,000 which accused the construction company of submitting false claims for payment to the U.S. government in connection with two foreign assistance projects.  Morganti submitted false documents [...]

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