Topic: False Claims

False Claims Act Reaps Nearly $5 Billion for DOJ in 2012

“While everyone appears to be spending time on FCPA enforcement and compliance, companies need to spend more time in protecting themselves from the False Claim Act.” (Michael Volkov) The Department of Justice just announced that it recovered a record $4.9 billion from False Claims Act judgments and settlements in the 2012 fiscal year, and the… Read more »

SEC Enforcement, Oversight, and Authority: A JD Supra Legal Reader

For your convenience, a roundup of updates on the topic of SEC enforcement, organized into three broad categories: enforcement actions, oversight and authority, and procedures. Enforcement Actions “District of Columbia Circuit Vacates SEC Default Order for Failure to Apply Rule Consistently” in Inside the Courts: An Update From Skadden Securities Litigators (Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher… Read more »

Feds Step Up Fight Against Medicare Fraud

Earlier this month, the federal Medicare Fraud Strike Force charged more than 100 people for their roles in an alleged $452 million false billing scheme. It was an important victory for authorities, and reflects the Obama administration’s increased efforts to combat fraud in the Medicare program. The latest arrests are part of broader effort to… Read more »