Farrow v. NP Precision, Inc.
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The Employment Law Group, secured a $3.6 million judgment against a defense contractor under the False Claims Act’s qui tam provision.
Summary of Filed Complaint
TELG client Amy Farrow alleged that her employer committed fraud against the government by concealing its ownership in order to obtain contracts and by diverting government payments intended for subcontractors.
What Happened in Court
TELG client Amy Farrow discovered that her employer, a military contractor, obtained contacts by obfuscating its ownership and systematically diverted government payments intended for subcontractors. The Employment Law Group, filed a qui tam action under the False Claims Act to recover money stolen from the government. Ms. Farrow’s information resulted in a $3.6 million judgment and proved invaluable in assisting the government in a subsequent criminal prosecution.
Attorneys In This Case
David L. Scher