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L.A. construction company found guilty of violating California FCA

Jurors found Los Angeles construction company Tutor-Saliba and two co-defendants guilty of violating the California False Claims Act by overbilling L.A.’s Metropolitan Transit Authority. They were ordered to pay $450,000 in penalties, according to a story in the December 19, 2006 edition of the San Jose Mercury-News.

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