The Sky Isn't Falling: Practical Considerations for Defending, Litigating or Settling a False Claims Act Case
It's no surprise that the Department of Justice calls the False Claims Act its primary tool to combat fraud given its average annual "take" of $3–4 billion over the last several years. Against this backdrop, the recent announcement of DOJ's new guidelines on cooperation credit has created more questions than ever about the actual benefits of cooperation.
During this webinar, a team of Arnold & Porter False Claims Act professionals discussed the practical issues that arise when a company is facing an FCA investigation or litigation and how to leverage them to reduce or eliminate the risk of a bad result for your company.
- Dealing with Whistleblowers
- Attorney-Client Privilege
- DOJ's May 2019 Guidance on Cooperation Credit
- Suspension and Debarment