A summary of the history and operation of federal and state False Claims Acts (also known as "qui tam" or "Whistleblower's" statutes). Includes procedures, how to file claims or cases with or without government intervention, and case examples with awards to the "relator" or "whistleblower" of, in some cases, millions of dollars. A means to carry out one's civic duty to report and correct frauds against the government.
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This guide helps those who have knowledge of frauds that have been, or are being, committed against the federal or state governments, to report and correct those activities with the potential of receiving a percentage of the judgments obtained against the wrongdoers. Also warns of the potential dangers to "whistleblowers" and advises of their rights againt recriminations and wrongful firings.From the Author:
Written in plain english with a minimum of references to complicated legal theories or confusing statutes. Intended for the lay person who needs to know what to do and how to do it if they are aware of frauds against the government.
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