By Alyssa Aquino (Oct. 8, 2021, 6:03 p.m. EDT) – A New York construction company and the federal government reached an apparent $ 4.75 million settlement on Friday that will end allegations that the company had a Front company used to fraudulently win federal contracts for veteran-owned small businesses.
After months of settlement negotiations, Strock Contracting Inc. and the government have jointly requested a New York federal court to issue a judgment against Strock Contracting and finally to reject the lawsuit against the False Claims Act, which has been contested since 2015.
The unilateral approval motion does not include an explanation of how the proposed $ 4.75 million settlement was agreed.
The government first sued Strock Contracting Inc. and …
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