The False Claims Act Guide: 2020 and the road ahead

The pace of False Claims Act (FCA) litigation remained furious over the past year. Companies and individuals in all sectors of the economy continue to face the threat of FCA investigation, enforcement, and qui tam litigation, if they contract with the government; participate in government programs; accept government grants, loans or stimulus payments; or have obligations to pay the government, including responsibilities to pay tariffs and trade duties. Understanding how recent decisions and trends could affect your business is critical to mitigating the risk of potential FCA exposure.

In the latest edition of our FCA Guide, we analyze the key developments from 2020 and discuss how the most important cases and issues are shaping FCA enforcement now – and in the year to come.

Access the Guide: FCA Guide: 2020 and the road ahead

Maria Durant
Stephanie Gold
Washington, D.C.
Michael Theis
Stephanie Yonekura
Los Angeles
Stacy Hadeka
Washington, D.C.
Languages English
Countries United States


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