False Claims Act: Incentivizing Integrity for 150 Years for Rogues, Privateers, Parasites and Patriots
On the 150th anniversary of the False Claims Act, James B. Helmer, Jr. published an article in the University of Cincinnati Law Review tracing the history the FCA from the Civil War to the present. Incentivizing Integrity takes the reader from qui tam suits in the English legal tradition all the way up to Helmer’s own modern-day Congressional testimony and Supreme Court argument defending this critical fraud-fighting tool. To read or download a copy of the article, click here.
Author: James B. Helmer, Jr.
Published: 81 U.Cin.L.Rev., 2013