The False Claims Act is a critical statute that any company doing business with the government, especially in the healthcare, education, defense, and general contracting area, must be familiar with. Between January 2009 and September 2015, more than $26.4 billion was recovered in suits brought under FCA. Attorneys representing whistle blowers (relators) and businesses must understand the complexities of the law and be able to assess the viability of a case. The ramifications for all parties are far reaching. Explore the basics of the law and procedures and the practical aspects of handling these cases.
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False Claims Act