What You'll Hear
Between recent Supreme Court rulings, proposed initiatives, and billions of dollars in recoveries, the government continues to expand the reach of the False Claims Act. Relator complaints and whistleblower rewards continue to grow. FRA presents its inaugural Government Contractor False Claims Forum, a strategy focused event designed to guide government contractors and their counsel through the complexities of False Claims Act suits.
Hear from the government, in-house counsel, defense counsel and Qui Tam attorneys at the Government Contractor False Claims Forum, November 14-15, 2016 at the University Club of Washington DC.
Topics at a Glance
- Government Perspectives: Military Contractor False Claims
- Strategies for Fighting Back Against Cases without Merit
- How the Recent Supreme Court Rulings Effect False Claims Suits
- Identifying how Plaintiffs Select High Value Cases
- Advanced Discovery and Pre-trial Strategies for Defending False Claims Suits
- Top Risk Areas for Potential False Claims
- The Latest Insights on the Calculations of Damages and Penalties
- Ethical Considerations for Whistleblower Cases
- Best Practices for Efficiently Conduction Internal Investigations
- Avoiding Potential False Claims in Aggressive New York State
- The Government’s Role in Declined Cases
- Initiatives to Modify the False Claims Act
- Effective Strategies for Negotiating a Settlement
Top Reasons To Attend
- Real-world lessons from companies that have settled cases.
- Develop strategies for fighting back against cases without merit.
- Identify the impact of the Supreme Court’s recent Escobar ruling.
- Learn how and why plaintiff attorneys select Qui Tam cases.
- Hear best practices for conducting internal investigations.
Attorneys, earn valuable Ethics CLE’s!
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for government contractors and their counsel as well as outside counsel.
- General Counsel
- Chief Legal Counsel
- Assistant General Counsel
- In-House Counsel
- Compliance Officers
- Litigation Consultants
And outside counsel specializing in:
- False Claims Act
- Corporate Compliance
- White Collar Crime
- Government Contracts
- Financial Services
Get Answers To These Important Questions
- What is the impact of increased FCA penalties?
- Which strategies can be employed to stay ahead of aggressive New York State false claims?
- How real is the threat of suspension or debarment?
- How should ethical factors be taken into consideration when a whistleblower is an employee?
- What is optional and what should not be discussed when negotiating a settlement?
Discuss best practices for improving your compliance programs for false claims.
When & Where
November 14 - 15, 2016
The University Club of Washington, DC
1135 16th St NW
Washington, DC 20005
Register Now: Space is Extremely Limited!