The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals allows Attorneys’ Fees Against the Government in a False Claims Act Case because (i) the Government’s demand was Substantially in Excess of the Award Obtained by the Judgment, and (ii) the Government’s Ultimate Award was Unreasonable Compared to that of the Judgment.

By: Christine V. Williams on 08/21/2017

Link to Outlook Law’s Synopsis: United States ex rel. Wall v. Circle C Constr

Link to Decision: Sixth Circuit FCA