The Anatomy of a False Claims Act Case

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This is an introductory to intermediate course on the False Claims Act. Also known as the “Lincoln Law” it is the federal government’s primary enforcement tool against fighting fraud and returning money into the coffers of the federal fisc. The purpose of this webinar is to provide the fundamentals of this type of case, which has nuances – both procedurally and substantively – that differ from other federal court civil cases. Additionally, materiality, one of the key items every Relator’s counsel and defense counsel should consider, will be addressed in detail.

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Course Instructor

Rachel V. Rose, Esq.

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General Credits

1

Course Description

This is an introductory to intermediate course on the False Claims Act. Also known as the “Lincoln Law” it is the federal government’s primary enforcement tool against fighting fraud and returning money into the coffers of the federal fisc. The purpose of this webinar is to provide the fundamentals of this type of case, which has nuances – both procedurally and substantively – that differ from other federal court civil cases. Additionally, materiality, one of the key items every Relator’s counsel and defense counsel should consider, will be addressed in detail.

Principles

  • The Procedural and Substantive Facets of the False Claims Act
  • Materiality
  • Case Law
  • Ways to mitigate risk and improve compliance.

Syllabus

  1. The procedural and substantive components of the False Claims Act.
  2. Subject Matter Jurisdiction and Personal Jurisdiction
  3. “Materiality” – its convoluted meaning, application, as well as Senate initiatives
  4. Recent Case Updates

Instructor

Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA

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