Eleventh Circuit: U.S. ex rel. Paradies v. GGNSC Administrative Services (Aseracare)

The brief covers the district court’s erroneous interpretation of the FCA to require proof of an objective falsehood, and argues that the terms “false” and “fraudulent” should be broadly construed and that professional judgment does not immunize fraudulent conduct.  The brief further argues that the court usurped the jury’s role by improperly evaluating the soundness of expert testimony.

Download the Amicus Brief here.