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Whistleblowers’ Use of FOIA Debated In U.S. Supreme Court Oral Argument

Whistleblowers’ Use of FOIA Debated In U.S. Supreme Court Oral Argument
BNA Health Care Fraud Report
March 9, 2011For the past decade, Nolan Auerbach partner Jeb White has penned amicus curiae briefs for nearly every Supreme Court case dissecting the False Claims Act. Thus, when reporters need to understand the legal implications of a Supreme Court decision, they have turned to respected whistleblower attorney Jeb White. For example, in this article, Mr. White expressed concerns over a pending Supreme Court case examining the False Claims Act’s public disclosure bar. Unfortunately, Mr. White’s predictions came true, as the Supreme Court read additional procedural hurdles into the False Claims Act.

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