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The WLF Legal Pulse:The Government's Duty to Preserve Evidence in a Non-Intervened "Qui Tam" Case

November 13, 2018

Related PeopleStephen A. Wood

Prolific writer and frequent speaker on the False Claims Act, Stephen A. Wood, Principal and head of the litigation practice group at Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. in Chicago, published a commentary titled The Government’s Duty to Preserve Evidence in a Non-Intervened Qui Tam Case in the Washington Legal Foundation’s Legal Pulse. Wood examines the government’s obligation to preserve evidence in False Claims Act litigation.

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