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DOJ Announces Formal Guidance in Justice Manual for Considering Disclosure and Cooperation by Contractors on False Claims Act Matters

On May 7, 2019, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced new guidelines for awarding credit to contractors or individuals who voluntarily disclose False Claims Act (FCA)−related misconduct, actively cooperate with the DOJ on FCA investigations, or take effective remedial measures to mitigate or rectify FCA-related misconduct. Continue reading DOJ Announces Formal Guidance in Justice Manual for Considering Disclosure and Cooperation by Contractors on False Claims Act Matters

False Claims Act Recoveries in FY 2018: A Quantitative Review

On December 21, 2018, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) released its False Claims Act (FCA) recovery results for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018. It was another strong year for FCA judgments and settlements for the DOJ, which recovered over $2.8 billion from civil cases involving false claims and other related fraud. There were 767 new FCA matters initiated in FY 2018, a decrease of fifty-eight from FY 2017. Continue reading False Claims Act Recoveries in FY 2018: A Quantitative Review

Justice Department Recovers over $3.5 Billion from False Claims Act Cases in Fiscal Year 2015

Healthcare, mortgage, and government contract fraud dominated fiscal year 2015 recoveries. This is the fourth consecutive year that the Department of Justice has exceeded $3.5 billion in recovery. Continue reading Justice Department Recovers over $3.5 Billion from False Claims Act Cases in Fiscal Year 2015