The False Claims Act penalizes those who knowingly defraud the federal government and even allows private whistleblowers to sue in the government’s name. Though well-intentioned, it has transformed into a profitable enterprise for plaintiffs’ lawyers due to the statute’s broad language, while over-enforcement practices have also stimulated significant abuses.
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