On October 8, 2015 the District Court granted summary judgment in favor of firm client Northrop Grumman in United States ex rel. Danielides v. Northrop Grumman Sys. Corp., No. 09-cv-7306 (N.D. Ill.). The Court found that the plaintiff’s interpretation of a contract to provide missile defense for civilian aircraft was not shared by Northrop Grumman or its government customer and therefore the plaintiff could not demonstrate a False Claims Act violation.
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