By the end of 2015, more than $26 billion had so far been recovered by the Government under the federal False Claims Act, and this year the trend for ever increasing levels of Qui Tam investigations and enforcement shows no sign of letting up. With big pharma reaching several record-breaking settlements for FCA claims in the first nine months of 2016, and with several landmark court decisions, most notably the SCOTUS ruling in the Escobar case on implied false certification and materiality, it has never been more crucial for private practitioners and corporate in-house counsel to keep abreast of the changes and hear a wide variety of perspectives on this rapidly evolving and highly challenging area of the law.

Now in its fourth highly successful year, American Conference Institute’s Advanced Forum on False Claims and Qui Tam Enforcement, co-chaired by Marcia Madsen, returns to New York City with a new venue at the Park Lane Hotel in Manhattan. This must-attend event provides the most up-to-date guidance and analysis available right from the most respected practitioners in the field, whether Government Prosecutors, Defense or Relator Bar, or leading In-House Counsel across the affected industries on the rapidly changing landscape of FCA enforcement.

For additional information please visit the event website.