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Was bedeutet ”for cause which many courts say that them just asking for it is cause enough.” ?

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JH: Bringing suit under the provisions of the False Claims Act is somewhat different than other court issues. When a relator makes his or her allegations the case is filed under seal. Under the original law written by Abraham Lincoln the seal provision did not exist but was added in 1986 to allow the Department of Justice [DOJ] to verify the allegations of the claimant to see if, first, there are grounds for criminal indictments and, two, whether or not the DOJ wants to join in any civil litigation with the relator.

The seal is automatic, and the first one is 60 days with the DOJ given permission to seek to extend it for cause which many courts say that them just asking for it is cause enough.
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