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re·la·tor

 (rĭ-lā′tər)
n.
1. One who relates or narrates: a relator of stories for children.
2. Law A beneficially interested person on whose behalf an action is maintained by a sovereign power or a state.
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relator

(rɪˈleɪtə)
n
1. a person who relates a story; narrator
2. (Law) English law a person who gives information upon which the attorney general brings an action
3. (Law) law US a person who institutes proceedings by criminal information or quo warranto
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All that sounded extravagant or irrational in the progress of the reconciliation might have no origin but in the language of the relators. Still, however, she had the sensation of there being something more than immediately appeared, in Mr Elliot's wishing, after an interval of so many years, to be well received by them.
Despite the FCA's tremendous importance and the increasing number of claims brought under the FCA each year, (7) the pleading standard required of a relator bringing suit under the FCA remains an unfortunate source of confusion.
THE GOVERNMENT HAS SUFFICIENT INVESTIGATORY RESOURCES BEYOND THE FOUR CORNERS OF THE COMPLAINT TO ASSESS ADEQUATELY THE MERITS OF THE RELATOR'S ALLEGATIONS A.
In a regulatory filing, Myriad Genetics reported that the company has resolved a complaint filed by a qui tam relator in October 2017 in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina.
Relator challenged the dismissal by respondent Bureau of Mediation Services (BMS) of relator's petition under Minn.
In concluding that a relator has Article III standing, Justice Antonin Scalia added in an enigmatic footnote, "we express no view on the question whether qui tam suits violate Article II, in particular the Appointments Clause of [section] 2 and the 'Take Care' Clause of [section] 3."
The FCA authorizes a private litigant --referred to as a "relator" --to file a claim on behalf of the government and receive a percentage of any amount ultimately recovered.
Milberg represented the whistleblower, or "Relator," in the lawsuit, which was filed under seal on May 22, 2014 in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.