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By Louise Herman

Recently, the Supreme Court was unanimous in its decision in Supervalu, upholding the knowledge standard in the False Claims Act. Essentially, the False Claims Act requires proof of what the defendants actually knew and thought, not what a hypothetical reasonable person would have known or thought. The Court said that the False Claims Act’s knowledge requirement depends on the defendants’ own state of mind and not on an objective standard. To learn more about the decision, simply click here.


About the Author
At Herman Law Group, our focus is on safeguarding the rights and careers of employees and businesses alike. With over 35 years of successful legal practice, Louise A. Herman brings an invaluable dual perspective from representing both employees and employers. This unique insight allows us to effectively achieve successful outcomes for our clients in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and nationwide.