The case of the day is United States ex rel. Bunk v. Gosselin Worldwide Moving, N.V. (E.D. Va. 2016). Kurt Bunk and Ray Ammons sued Gosselin Worldwide Moving, N.V. under the False Claims Act, alleging that Gosselin had acted wrongfully (the opinion doesn’t say exactly how) in connection with its participation in two military shipping programs, the Direct Procurement Method program and the International Through Government Bill of Lading program. The government intervened in the action with respect to the ITGBL claims. By then, Gosselin had sold its ITGBL business to GovLog. The final judgment held Gosselin liable for $24 million on the DPM claims and held it was not liable on the ITGBL claims. The government had also asserted claims for successor liability…

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