Qui Tam Quiz
Qui Tam True False Quiz
Tax fraud cases should be addressed through the False Claims Act.
To prevent fraud against state government, some states have their own False Claims Acts.
The best time to file a qui tam lawsuit is after news reports have raised concerns about the fraudulent acts of a company.
Qui tam lawsuits should be filed within six years of the date the fraud occurred.
It is important that a qui tam relator has specific evidence of fraud - not just his or her suspicions.
The government is most interested in qui tam cases that disclose fraud under $250,000 because these cases are easier to litigate than larger cases.
An early nickname of the False Claims Act was the 'Lincoln Law.'
The role of the qui tam relator was dramatically diminished as a result of the 1986 amendments to the False Claims Act.