False Claims (Qui Tam)

Where the wrongdoing involves conduct that cheats the U.S. Government or causes the wrongful expenditure of U.S Government funds, a whistleblower may be entitled to bring suit under the Federal False Claims Act.

A false claims statute allows the whistleblower to bring the suit in the name of the government, even where the whistleblower is not personally injured. Where the suit is successful, the whistleblower is entitled to a bounty, which can range from between fifteen-thirty percent of what is ultimately recovered for the Government.

Where the whistleblower is retaliated against for his/her investigation or efforts to disclose the wrongdoing, false claims statutes also provide legal redress for the whistleblower to bring suit against the entity or person that engaged in retaliation.

Examples of False Claims include, but is not limit to:

  • Medicare Fraud
  • Medicaid Fraud
  • IRS Fraud
  • Securities Fraud

If you believe you have knowledge related to individuals or employers cheating the federal government, contact us today.

For more information on False Claims, contact an Ohio False Claims employment lawyer or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.


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