US False Claims Act Dismissal Motions Are Executive Branch Over-Reach, Whistleblowers Say
Justice Department lacks absolute right to dismiss meritorious qui tam complaints filed by affiliates of National Healthcare Analysis Group against numerous pharmaceutical companies, whistleblowers say, taking issue with government’s “personal attacks” on their business model and research practices.
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