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NYC Is Hit With Qui Tam Suit For IDEA Fraud & Complains Of Service By Link But Extended

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 4 – Patrick Donohue filed a qui tam action against New York City and other political subdivisions, for fraud under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).       

       On January 4, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York  Magistrate Judge Stewart D. Aaron held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

  While the NYC Law Department complained that they hadn't been properly served on a timely basis, and said they don't accept links as service since a security breach, Judge Aaron extended plaintiff's time to serve the City and others through the end of January.   

The one defendant which has appeared and made a motion to dismiss, the Loudoun County Public School District, Judge Aaron ordered plaintiff to respond to by January 18, with Loudoun's reply due by January 26.

 The case is  United States of America and State of New York, ex rel. Patrick Donohue v. Richard Carranza, et al., 20-cv-5396 (Woods / Aaron)


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