FCA Podcast Series Episode 2: Cybersecurity

In addition to the False Claims Act Guide: 2021 and the road ahead, we are featuring a four-part podcast series based on select sections of the report. Go behind-the-scenes for more in-depth analysis of core issues at play and what they could mean for FCA litigation moving forward.


Since the pandemic, cyber related crime is on the rise. And with that comes an increase in cyber fraud. Many of our clients who conduct business with the U.S. government are also keenly aware of the risks associated with the False Claims Act, which is the civil statute that permits treble damages for the government in a number of circumstances, including when a false or misleading claim for payment is made to the government. Now there is a clear intersection between these two important issues.




Authored by Michael Theis, Stacy Hadeka, and David Sharfstein.


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