From Botulism to Litigation (False Claims Act)
Risk & Insurance
May 1, 2011
The article reviews the False Claims Act (FCA), tracing its history from the Civil War through its use in private litigation today. It analyzes the recent case, United States v. Hawley, brought against an insurance agent and his crop insurance agency. The article illustrates and discusses the indirect exposure of insurance professionals under the FCA.

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