First Circuit: Online Arbitration Agreement Must Be “Reasonably Communicated and Accepted”

Ruling in a class action brought against Uber Technologies, Inc., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit recently held that the company’s arbitration clause could not be enforced because it was not “reasonably communicated” to its customers during the online contracting process. The decision is a stark reminder that great attention needs to

SCOTUS Raises the Bar on Materiality in False Claims Act Lawsuits


The implied false certification theory of liability under the False Claims Act (FCA) is premised on the notion that a person who does business with the federal government, by the very act of submitting a claim for payment, has impliedly certified compliance with the often numerous statutes, regulations, and contract terms that govern the contractual