Cincinnati law firm Helmer Martins announces that attorneys James B. Helmer, Jr. and Erin M. Campbell’s article, “Jury Instructions for False Claims Act Cases,” has been published as the lead article in the just released Volume 84, No. 4 of the University of Cincinnati Law Review (2016).
This article provides False Claims Act practitioners with concise model jury instructions, based on instructions approved of or offered in False Claims Act trials. These instructions fill a void, as no other source for accurate complete False Claims Act jury instructions previously existed.
Updates to these model False Claims Act jury instructions will be published in future editions and supplements of Mr. Helmer’s False Claims Act treatise: False Claims Act: Whistleblower Litigation. The Seventh Edition is now available for purchase from its publisher, Bloomberg BNA.
This publication is Mr. Helmer’s fourth published article in the University of Cincinnati law review focusing on the False Claims Act. His other articles on the False Claims Act published by the University of Cincinnati Law Review are:
“False Claims Act: Incentivizing Integrity for 150 Years for Rogues, Privateers, Parasites and Patriots, 81 U. CIN. L.REV. (2013); with co-author, Julie W. Popham, “Materiality and the False Claims Act,” 71 U. CIN. L. REV. 839 (2003); and “How Great Is Thy Bounty: Relator’s Share Calculations Pursuant to the False Claims Act,” 68 U. CIN. L. REV. 737 (2000). Read more about James B. Helmer, Jr., and his work advancing the False Claims Act, and his service to the University of Cincinnati College of Law.
Erin M. Campbell also publishes and speaks on the False Claims Act. See Ms. Campbell profile for more information.
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