Law360, New York (January 6, 2014, 7:58 PM EST) -- News that False Claims Act recoveries plummeted in 2013 shouldn't excite health care companies and defense contractors very much, according to experts who note that the $3.8 billion haul was still the second-biggest ever and that whistleblowers proliferated like rabbits. Here, attorneys share six lessons gleaned from last year's tally.
Smaller Haul Isn't So Small
On its face, the decline to $3.8 billion last year from $5 billion in 2012 might seem like a setback for the federal government, but the reality is likely less rosy...
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