Navigating the Amended New York False Claims Act

Statute allows state to recover millions of dollars.

, New York Law Journal


Lori L. Pines and Vanessa W. Chandis of Weil, Gotshal & Manges write: The 2010 amendments to New York's False Claims Act have unquestionably increased the exposure of businesses to FCA liability and expanded the protections offered to whistleblowers. With the Attorney General already demonstrating his willingness to pursue actions aggressively, it is imperative that practitioners take steps to understand the potential issues they may face when litigating such actions.

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