Putting the finishing touches on some exciting stuff, dear readers, so stay tuned for some breaking news in the next few days!
Dodd-Frank Rule 21F-7 is enforced for the very first time Last time around, we looked at Judge Gwin’s opinion in US ex rel. Barko v. Halliburton, et al., and the importance of that discovery […]
My apologies for the hiatus in VaQuiTamLaw.com, but we experienced technical issues for several weeks… The technical issues have now been solved and so we are back to our regularly scheduled programming.
Taxpayers Against Fraud Unveils New Video Explaining the False Claims Act Last Friday the Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund unveiled an excellent new two-minute video about qui tam litigation and the importance of false […]
The mini-referendum on the Maryland False Claims Act in Legislative District 4 — Part 1 of 2 Today is the first of a two-part post revisiting a frequent topic here at Vaquitamlaw.com […]
Pretrial Motions Practice in Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act cases Today’s post takes a look at pretrial motions practice in Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act cases. Specifically, we will take a look at […]
The federal false claims act creates liability for any person submitting false claims but does not define the term person The federal False Claims Act creates a cause of action against any “person” who […]
Attorney client privilege internal investigations and false claims act litigation — Part Two This is the second of two posts about the recent discovery opinion in United States ex rel. Harry Barko v. Halliburton […]
Internal Investigation Privileges and federal False Claims Act Litigation Judge Gwin’s Opinion in Barko v. KBR from the U.S. District Court in D.C. last week is well worth on a read on a number […]
Virginia whistleblower retaliation bill has little or nothing to do with the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act
Virginia whistleblower retaliation bill has little or nothing to do with the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act As some readers know, I have been in Richmond several times in recent weeks for sessions of the […]