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4th Circuit SpotlightRecently, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued two opinions of interest to health care providers, False Claims Act (FCA) litigators, insurance carriers, and other appellate court observers. The first case, U.S. ex rel Complin v. North Carolina Baptist Hospital, shined additional light on a requirement under the FCA that a party “knowingly” presents a false claim. The second case, Affinity Living Group v. StarStone Specialty Insurance Co., provided clarity on whether certain insurance policies can help providers cover the costs of FCA litigation.

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