Congress has amended the federal False Claims Act twice in the past several years, creating new causes of action, new definitions, and new potential liabilities, in turn spawning new regulations as well. Mr. Matthews and Mr. Lacktman will discuss practical advice and strategic approaches to dealing with these changes, including the timing of identifying an overpayment, when the clock starts running, how to establish a process for reporting and refunding identified overpayments, as well as how to minimize the risk of a qui tam whistleblower action under the new amendments and the 60 Day Refund Rule.
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