, Melanie Jones Totman, Collier Johnson and Jeff Tenenbaum's article "Nonprofit Defends Against False Claims Act Accusation"
was published in the March 2016 issue of Grants Intelligence
. The article discusses the importance of Potterf v. The Ohio State University
, a case in which a nonprofit federal grantee successfully defended against an accusation made under the federal False Claims Act (FCA), partly on the basis that a false statement was not material to the alleged fraudulent claim, as well as lessons learned on the FCA's "materiality" requirement.