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Diz Locaria, 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.