New laws passed by the Virginia General Assembly in its regular session and signed by the Governor traditionally go into effect on July 1, and today is no different.
Among the new laws going into effect today is the amended Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act, Virginia Code 8.01-216.1 et seq. In case anyone didn’t follow my posts earlier this year about the General Assembly session, you can check them out now.
I have blogged extensively about the changes introduced in the new Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act, but as I work on the Second Edition of my ebook on VFATA, which will hopefully be finished by the end of the month. But only if I get back to that now …
Stay tuned …
By Zachary Kitts on July 1, 2011 in False Claims Act Practice in Virginia, Office of the Attorney General of Virginia, Potential Uses of the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act, Qui Tam practice in Virginia
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