Employees who have inside knowledge of a fraud or corruption occurring by a corporation that is dealing with a governmental entity or governmental funds and they are the “original source” of that information, the law provides that person a “relator,” a means of filing a case known as a Qui Tam case. Under this statutory scheme, the government can join in on the “relator” case and ultimately share the recovery of damages as a result of the case. Our law firm has filed a number of these cases throughout the Country. Larry Golston (Larry.Golston@BeasleyAllen.com) and Archie Grubb (Archie.Grubb@beasleyallen.com), lawyers in the Section, are handling these Qui Tam cases for the firm.
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