8th Circuit Found No Fraud in Crop Insurance Case

Plaintiffs filed a qui tam action under the False Claims Act (FCA) alleging that the Defendants fraudulently received crop insurance payments by insuring their corn as grain, even though the majority of crop was routinely harvested as silage. As a result of certifying the corn as grain and not silage, the plaintiffs claimed defendants received bigger crop insurance payouts. Plaintiffs, on behalf of the US government, sued defendants for fraud and common law unjust enrichment.

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