1-Hour Program

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The second of three related programs, our expert panel of former Department of Justice federal civil prosecutors will discuss litigation strategy from the DOJ, relator, and defense perspectives.  

The conversation in this Studio Briefing covers the litigation of False Claims Act matters – how the DOJ’s intervention process works, new developments in motions to dismiss declined cases, unique features and challenges presented in litigating FCA matters, and collateral consequences that may result for defendants from litigating an FCA case

What You Will Learn

• Intervention Recommendation and Decision Process
• Motions to Dismiss Declined Cases
• Features Unique to FCA Litigation 
• Challenges of Presenting FCA Claims to a Jury
• Collateral Consequences of Litigating

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