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qui tam practice in virginia
Study by the Center for Public Integrity Finds State Governments at Risk for Corruption...Surprise Surprise
Study by the Center for Public Integrity Finds State Governments at Risk for Corruption An excellent study just released by the Center for Public Integrity finds state governments to be at risk for corruption -- you can check out a WaPo article on the topic here. It is high time someone put a...
Four years ago this month I started blogging here at Virginia Qui Tam Law.com -- I'll resist the urge to say something hackneyed and sentimental about the last four years, or maybe I will reserve that right for the end of the post. When I started this blog, I set out some simple...
Virginia Qui Tam Law.com Author Zachary Kitts Launches K&G Law Group, PLLC. I am pleased to announce that as of February 1, 2012 I formed a new firm known as K&G Law Group, PLLC.I am joined in the new firm by Justin Gilbert, who also worked with me at Cook Kitts &...
Earlier this week, the United States Department of Justice announced that slightly more than $3 billion was recovered in 2011 using the federal False Claims Act -- this amount represents a new record for False Claims Act recoveries in a single year. The complete text of the DoJ...
There is no new thing under the Sun … especially fraud, waste and abuse in government spending (and the need for the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act and federal False Claims Act)
Anyone who has ever googled the words "qui tam" or "federal False Claims Act" has certainly found the basic history of these concepts. In a nutshell, the history can be stated as follows: fraud on government coffers was rampant during the American Civil War (although Virginians do not...