Qui Tam Quarterly

The Department of Justice False Claims Act Policy Issue

In this second installment of Qui Tam Quarterly, K&L Gates breaks down two policy statements by the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ"), providing an analysis of both (1) the 2018 "Granston Memo" and related case law; as well as (2) the recent policy guidance on providing cooperation credit for self-disclosures in False Claims Act ("FCA") cases. We go beyond the press releases and sound bites to address the practical impacts of these policies and what the guidance means for practitioners and the clients they advise.

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About Qui Tam Quarterly
Qui Tam Quarterly is a quarterly publication authored by members of the K&L Gates Health Care Fraud & Abuse team highlighting emerging and pressing issues in health care fraud and abuse, including litigation and governmental investigations involving the False Claims Act, the Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and other health care fraud related statutes.

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Qui Tam Quarterly

The Department of Justice False Claims Act Policy Issue