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The Department of Justice (DOJ) recovered approximately $2 billion in settlements and judgments from civil cases involving fraud and the False Claims Act (FCA) in Fiscal Year 2022, a sharp decline from 2021 and the lowest recoveries in over a decade. While the FCA remains the primary vehicle for the government to recover funds obtained by fraud or a material misrepresentation, are the 2022 statistics a sign of reduced enforcement or increased compliance?

Join Matt Feinberg and Annie Hudgins—attorneys from PilieroMazza’s False Claims Act Team—to go inside the numbers and discuss key takeaways from 2022 and emerging trends for 2023.

They’ll discuss:

  • notable recent cases and their potential impacts, including current FCA cases before the Supreme Court;
  • FCA trends affecting government contractors, small businesses, and joint ventures;
  • DOJ’s primary areas of focus for 2023 and beyond; and
  • strategies to avoid FCA liability in light of the current state of the FCA.