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November 26, 2013

Four More Reforms That Would Improve the False Claims Act

By David W. Ogden and Jonathan G. Cedarbaum
Originally appeared in Law360

In an earlier Law360 Expert Analysis piece, we outlined four reforms of the False Claims Act proposed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform (ILR), proposed changes we helped design to encourage companies to adopt state-of-the art compliance programs to detect and prevent fraud in government programs. Here, we describe four more FCA reforms proposed by the ILR, ones intended to improve the fairness, rationality and effectiveness of the FCA.

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