United States ex rel. Johnson v. General Electric Co. (S.D. Ohio)

Ann Lugbill's client, GE aeronautics engineer Ian Johnson, formerly a Rolls Royce electrical engineer from the United Kingdom, filed a False Claims Act qui tam case alleging inadequate wiring insulation in certain General Electric Company (GE) aircraft engines. His case outlined the potential safety risks in various U.S. military aircraft, including Air Force One.  His federal claims were settled for $7.18 million recovery in 1995. 


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