Whistleblower False Claims Suit Against Lockheed Martin Settled for $2 Million

A whistleblower suit against Lockheed Martin for submitting false claims to the federal government has been settled for $2 million.  The suit, which was brought under the False Claims Act, claimed that Lockheed wrongly conspired with another company, SAIC, in regard to winning a government contract.  The whistleblower, David Magee, will receive $560,000 of the settlement.

Source:  Washington Post

Whistleblowers that report fraud in government contracts in a False Claims Act suit can receive 15-25% of the monies recovered from the corporations that have cheated the federal government.  If you are aware of fraud or false claims submitted to the federal government, contact Lexington, Kentucky whistleblower lawyer Robert Abell at 859-254-7076.
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