Supreme Court: U.S. ex rel. Schutte v. SuperValu

This brief was submitted in support of the relator’s petition for a writ of certiorari and discusses the proper interpretation of the False Claims Act’s knowledge standard. It argues that the Supreme Court should take up the case on appeal to prevent unintended and wide-ranging negative consequences should the Seventh Circuit’s decision holding that subjective intent is not relevant to determining knowledge when a statute or regulation is arguably ambiguous stand.

Download the Amicus Brief here.