Does Timing Matter When Pursuing a False Claims Act Lawsuit?

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When you file a False Claims Act suit can matter a great deal. To be eligible for a share in the government’s recovery, a whistleblower must be “first in time” – meaning that s/he filed suit before anyone else. This means it is important to select counsel who can move quickly in evaluating the merits of a suit, gathering the supporting evidence, and drafting a compelling complaint. Losing the “race to the courthouse” can mean missing out on a substantial recovery.

For a confidential case evaluation, please contact us at 1.888.563.1378 (toll-free), or complete our confidential case evaluation form above. We handle cases in all 50 states.

Jeffrey S. Gleason

Partner

Co-Chair, Health Care Litigation Group;
Member of the Executive Board

Jamie R. Kurtz

Partner

Co-Chair, Health Care Litigation Group

Timothy Q. Purdon

Partner

Co-Chair, American Indian Law and Policy Group;
Co-Chair, Government and Internal Investigations Group;
Co-Chair, Diversity Committee

Brendan V. Johnson

Partner

Co-Chair, American Indian Law and Policy Group;
Co-Chair, Government and Internal Investigations Group

Thomas C. Mahlum

Partner

Co-Chair, Health Care Litigation Group

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