October FCA Enforcement: How Gov't Contractors Fared

Law360, New York (November 7, 2014, 10:08 AM EST) -- The False Claims Act, which prohibits the knowing submission of false claims to the federal government for payment, continues to be a powerful tool in the government's fight against fraud.[1] FCA actions arise from federal and state government investigations, company self-disclosures and, most often, from qui tam litigation.[2] The qui tam provisions of the FCA allow private citizens, acting as whistleblowers, to bring FCA actions and share in the recovery, on behalf of the United States....

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