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The False Claims Act is the federal law that allows people (whistleblowers) who are not affiliated with the government to file actions against federal contractors claiming fraud against the government. The law allows for the protection of the whistleblower’s identity from the defendant during the government's investigation and for that person to receive a reward or bounty somewhere between 15% and 30% of any award or settlement amount. READ MORE


SCOTT A. POWELL has been involved in the handling of cases under the False Claims Act and the provisions of the Act since the mid-1990’s. READ MORE

DON MCKENNA has more than a decade of experience handling cases under the False Claims Act. READ MORE

JAMES R. MONCUS III has been practicing under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act since joining the firm in 2003. READ MORE

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11/15/2018 This Fraud Awareness Week, Remember to Keep Your Eyes Open

Realizing fraud happens is not enough — you need to take action This year, International Fraud Awareness Week falls on November 11-17 and is being commemorated by governments and other organizations around the globe. In the United States, people should remember the courageous whistleblowers who have stepped forward under the False Claims Act, IRS, SEC, … Continue reading This Fraud Awareness Week, Remember to Keep Your Eyes Open…READ MORE

Source: TAF Education Fund Blog