Rockwell Int’l Corp. v. United States: Supreme Court Clarifies The Original Source Exception In Federal False Claims Cases

November 27, 2007

By: Michael A. Morse

Michael A. Morse authored “Rockwell Int’l Corp. v. United States: Supreme Court Clarifies the Original Source Exception in Federal False Claims Cases,” which was published in the newsletter, American Bar Association Committee on Criminal Litigation, Vol. 7, No. 1.

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