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The False Claims Act (“FCA”)


Also called the “Lincoln Law”, the “Informer’s Act”, or the “qui tam” statute, The FCA was first enacted in 1863 to urge whistleblowers to come forward by giving them a portion of the money recovered by the government. It was applicable to all government contractors, federal programs, and other circumstances involving the use of federal revenue. The False Claims Act was amended in 1943, 1986, and again in 2009, to assure the whistleblower’s share of recovery, the ease of bringing a whistleblower lawsuit, and to clarify prohibited misconduct and punishment for defendants.


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