Moss & Gilmore Obtain $95 Million Settlement In FCA Whistleblower Lawsuit For Overcharging and Kickbacks for U.S. Soldiers’ Food During Iraq Wars
26th May 2017

ATLANTA, Georgia (May 26, 2017) – Moss & Gilmore LLP announced today on behalf of their client Kamal Al-Sultan, a Kuwaiti businessman and U.S. military contractor of base camp logistics and support, the settlement of a whistleblower lawsuit initiated by Mr. Al Sultan in 2005. The suit alleged fraud on the part of publically traded Kuwaiti based Agility Public Warehousing Company “(“PWC”) and its affiliate, The Sultan Center (“TSC”). PWC was the prime vendor to feed U.S. and coalition troops in Iraq, Iran and Jordan from 2003–2010, pursuant to $8.5 billion worth of prime-vendor food contracts.    

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Moss & Gilmore Press Release

Kuwaiti Agility/PWC and TSC Pay $95 Million to U.S. Government and Give Up Claims To Settle Whistleblower Claims For Overcharging and Kickbacks for U.S. Soldiers' Food During Iraq Wars

DOJ Main Justice

Defense Contractor Resolves Criminal, Civil and Administrative Liability Related to Food Contracts

N.D. GA. DOJ

Defense Contractor Agility Resolves Criminal, Civil and Administrative Cases totaling Hundreds of Millions of Dollars

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Food Contractor for U.S. Forces in Iraq Pays $95M in Atlanta Case