False Claims Act Resource Center

While every False Claims Act case is unique, defendants facing False Claims Act litigation regularly confront similar issues and have the same questions. Familiarity with how others have responded under analogous circumstances is a useful tool to planning an effective response strategy. The Latham & Watkins False Claims Act Resource Center provides a collection of materials essential to formulating an effective response to a False Claims Act investigation or lawsuit.

The Resource Center contains key documents involved in litigating and resolving a False Claims Act matter. Materials within the Resource Center include: 

  • Complaints 
  • Statements of interest filed by the Department of Justice in non-intervened cases
  • Briefs and court rulings involving critical legal issues regularly raised by defendants  
  • Press releases and other publicity
  • Settlement agreements, corporate integrity agreements and other documents related to the settlement of a False Claims Act case   

Latham & Watkins publications analyzing False Claims Act issues are available here.

For False Claims Act Resource Center related questions, including requesting access to the Resource Center, please email falseclaims@lw.com.

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