False Claims Act Attorney-Client Privilege Work Product Privilege

The False Claims Act is a United States federal law originally enacted in 1863 to recover fraudulently acquired funds from government contractors.  In 1986, The False Claims Act was amended to increase... more +
The False Claims Act is a United States federal law originally enacted in 1863 to recover fraudulently acquired funds from government contractors.  In 1986, The False Claims Act was amended to increase whistleblower incentives and to permit the government to seek treble damages for allegations of fraud against the government less -
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Kinetic Moves To Disqualify Counsel In False Claims Act Qui Tam Action For Improper Use Of Contractor’s Privileged Documents

Arguing that relators’ counsel has retained and used, without authority, more than 800 of its attorney-client privileged and work product documents, Kinetic Concepts, Inc. (“KCI”) has asked the District Court for the Central...more

Sending the Privilege Away: Attorney-Client E-Mails in the Corporate Setting

In a pending False Claims Act (“FCA”) case involving allegations of noncompliance with the federal physician self-referral law (the “Stark Law”), 42 U.S.C. § 1395nn, the United States District Court for the Middle District of...more

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