Whistleblower (Qui Tam)

Qui Tam and Whistleblowers Lawsuits Funding

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'Whistleblower' can indicate any people who make known transgression by his or her employer or another business or entity. The wrongdoing may be in the form of breaking the law, committing fraud, or corruption. That type of scheme can be a violation of the False Claims Act, or comparable state and local laws. And a whistleblower that exposes fraud on the government can bring a qui tam lawsuit on behalf of the government, and can be given a share of the recovery as his or her compensation.

For a whistleblower which is also known as a "relator" in the context of the FCA, to convey a qui tam action that is based upon publicly-disclosed information, that person must lawfully be eligible as an "original source."

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