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Obamacare saved by Supreme Court

In a 6-3 decision credited with saving Obamacare, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the premium subsidies offered to qualifying enrollees of insurance plans offered on federal exchanges, which help more than 6 million Americans pay for their health plans under Obamacare, are legal. The Court declined to apply Chevron [i] deference to an IRS … Continue reading

SCOTUS: FCA statute of limitations not tolled by war; first-to-file bar does not operate in perpetuity

On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a ruling addressing two major False Claims Act (FCA) interpretive issues. First, the Court held that the Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act’s (WSLA) tolling of the statutes of limitations on claims involving fraud against the government during wartime does not apply to civil fraud cases. Second, the … Continue reading