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Energy Company Pays Approximately $4 Million to Resolve Alleged False Claims Act Violations

Connecticut-based Louis Dreyfus Energy Services and the United States have agreed to settle alleged False Claims Act violations. The settlement requires Louis Dreyfus Energy Services to pay the United States $4.08 Million.

The alleged False Claims Act violations stem from a natural gas contract between Louis Dreyfus Energy Services and the Department of the Interior. The contract included a clause that permitted Louis Dreyfus Energy Services to receive a price discount. The Department of the Interior argued that the discount applied only in limited circumstances. However, Louis Dreyfus filed claims to receive the discount, and received the discount, in the absence of a qualifying circumstance.

If you have any firsthand knowledge, information, or evidence related to any federal, state, county or city government fraud, you should speak with an experienced qui tam lawyer who can help you understand your legal rights and help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

If you may have a claim, contact the Florida whistleblower attorneys at Rabin Kammerer Johnson for a free and confidential consultation by calling toll free at 877.915.4040.

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