Jack Boese quoted by Law360 on the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act and its definition of materiality

Jack Boese quoted by Law360 on the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act and its definition of materiality

Litigation of counsel Jack Boese spoke to Law360 on the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act and its definition of materiality, defined as a false statement "capable of influencing" a government payment decision, among other points. "Almost anything can be capable of influencing the government's decision not to pay," said Mr. Boese. "That is such a weak standard that there's really no standard at all."

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