False Claims Act FERA Retroactivity Clause

The False Claims Act is a United States federal law originally enacted in 1863 to recover fraudulently acquired funds from government contractors.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The False Claims Act is a United States federal law originally enacted in 1863 to recover fraudulently acquired funds from government contractors.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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Supreme Court Certiorari Denial Allows Circuit Split Regarding Retroactivity of the 2009 False Claims Act Amendments to Remain

On June 24, 2013, the Supreme Court denied certiorari to review the Sixth Circuit’s November 2012 decision in United States ex rel. Sanders v. Allison Engine Co. This allows a significant circuit split over the retroactive...more

Supreme Court’s Next FCA Whistleblower Case?

Imagine you own a company that does business with a federal agency. The company’s contract with the agency specifies that the company will deliver widgets of a particular quality....more

Sixth Circuit: FERA False Claims Act Amendment Applies Retroactively to Cases Pending as of June 7, 2008

On November 2, 2012, the Sixth Circuit held that a 2009 amendment Congress made to the liability provisions of the False Claims Act ("FCA") applies retroactively to civil FCA cases pending as of June 7, 2008. U.S. ex rel....more

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