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SCOTUS to hear biggest False Claims Act case in more than 30 years

April 18, 2016, Modern Healthcare

Peter Hutt II is quoted in this Modern Healthcare article discussing the upcoming oral arguments at the Supreme Court in Universal Health Services v. United States ex. rel. Escobar. Hutt argues it is the biggest False Claims Act case to be weighed by the Supreme Court in more than 30 years, and the case would be the "polestar" for any future decisions from circuit or district courts wrestling with how far the statute goes.

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