Since 2009, when Congress preserved and expanded the reach of the False Claims Act (“FCA”) through the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act (“FERA”), Government contractors have seen a vast increase in FCA lawsuits and questions continue to loom regarding the extent the aggressive FCA amendments will be enforced.
My household includes a Grinch and a Clark Griswold. “Clark’ wants to put up holiday decorations last weekend.
Could a new generation of aircraft carriers change how future conflicts are fought from the sky? The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) aims to find out.
It was inevitable I suppose. In a town where every policy discussion reaffirms the lampooning it receives in HBO’s “Veep,” it was only a matter of time until the EPA/Army Corps’ proposed rule on the scope of jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act earned an insider Washington acronym.
“Let’s Make a Deal”: Dangers of Condominium and Homeowner Associations Accepting Partial Payments for Delinquent Assessments
Since the real estate meltdown which began in 2006, many condominium and homeowner associations have struggled with a significant increase in delinquent assessments.
Our Ninth Annual National Housing Symposium successfully brought together a rich panorama of perspectives across the affordable housing industry.
RR Donnelly has released the October edition of its Venue Market Spotlight, entitled Real Estate and M&A.
Despite perceived uncertainty as to the future of two, prominent transportation P3 projects, it appears that jurisdictions within Maryland are looking to P3 structures to solve a wider array of infrastructure issues in the state.
We have two items to post on breaks.