A whistle-blower in her allegations made in a qui tam suit, alleged that her former employer fired her because she told the company that it was "padding the bills" to the federal government for the cost-plus contract it had to build ejection seats for fighter aircraft. She alleges that the copany overcharged for materials, ran up labor costs, threw "all kinds of stuff in overhead," and illegally plugged corporate administrative costs into the contract billings. As the forensic accountant hired by the U.S. Justice Department to litigate this case, answer the following:
A. What documents will you seek during discovery to address the whistle-blower’s allegations?
B. What will you be looking for in each of the requested documents?
C. What will be the basis/ foundation for the opinions you will provide in this case?
D. How will you utilize the whistle blower in pursuing your opinions in this case?
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