False Claims Act

The False Claims Act (31 USC §§ 3729–3733) imposes liability on persons and organizations who defraud government programs. The False Claims Act (FCA), or the Lincoln Law, was passed in 1863 to combat fraud against the government. The FCA is notable ...

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