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Lessons Learned From Supreme Court’s Ruling in Favor of KBR Inc.
June 1, 2015 — Federal News Radio

Brian Tully McLaughlin, a Washington, D.C.-based counsel in Crowell & Moring's Government Contracts Group, talks with Federal News Radio host Tom Temin on the "Federal Drive" program about the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of defense contractor KBR Inc. in a False Claims Act (FCA) whistleblower suit brought by a former employee. McLaughlin described the facts of the case and noted that it is not unusual for these types of FCA cases to take a long time. He noted that "this is a ruling that defense contractors will be very happy with because it means that the tolling period is not suspended, and that whistleblowers have a duty to bring their claims forward in a timely way."

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Featured Professionals: Brian Tully McLaughlin

Drone Law Practices Are Beginning to Take Flight
January 26, 2015 — National Law Journal

Crowell & Moring's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) practice is recognized as one of the firms in Washington, D.C. with a drone-focused practice group, a quickly growing niche in the regulatory arena. In this realm, the firms advise on new FAA regulations and fines on drone usage from commercial entities to individuals, and client compliance with existing policies. Learn more about the firm's UAS practice by clicking here.

Featured Professionals: Eileen M. Gleimer

Face Time, Surveys Boost Client Service At 17 Firms: GCs
November 30, 2011 — Legal Industry Law360

Crowell & Moring is listed among 17 firms that received praise from corporate counsel for improving their client focus in the BTI Client Service A-Team 2012 report by the BTI Consulting Group Inc.

According to the article, “While many firms have been increasing their emphasis on client service to remain competitive, a few made strong pushes toward more in-person meetings, satisfaction surveys and follow-up calls this year, earning them the designation of most improved in a new survey of corporate counsel.”

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