Court Concludes that Violation of a Corporate Integrity Agreement May Form the Basis for Reverse False Claim Liability

David Couillard

In late July, a federal district court in Pennsylvania denied a motion to dismiss brought by pharmaceutical company Cephalon, Inc., concluding that violations of a corporate integrity agreement (“CIA”) entered into by Cephalon and the federal government could give rise to “reverse false claim” liability.  United States ex rel. Boise v. Cephalon, Inc., No. 2:08-cv-00287-TON (E.D. Pa. July 21, 2015). Conduct prohibited under section 3729(a)(1)(G)...