Whistleblower, Ben Carter, has been fighting to keep his case against KBR going in the courts since 2006. A case our company worked on for many years. Despite DOJ dismissals, not based on the merits, the case finally gets to the Supreme Court thanks to a federal Appeals Court decision.
Congress again held hearings on the False Claims Act law with both supporters and detractors testifying. Affected industries such as defense and healthcare are trying, once again, to have the law gutted.
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The Department of Justice has intervened in a quitam lawsuit against KBR and two of their subcontractors alleging kickbacks and unsanitary conditions in the transport of food.
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It is not unusual for a whistleblower, especially a federal employee, to undergo years of a painful journey to restore their career, their credibility. This article “The Whistleblower Who Wouldn’t Go Away” was published by the Project on Government Oversight (POGO) that chronicles the journey of one such whistleblower.
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