Rule 6: Get a Reward! False Claims Act/Qui TamJoseph Orr2020-08-11T14:12:15+00:00
“The bill offers…a reward to the informer who comes into court and betrays his co-conspirator, if he be such; but it is not confined to that class…I have based the [False Claims Act] upon the old-fashioned idea of holding out a temptation, and ‘setting a rouge to catch a rogue,’ which is the safest and most expeditious way I have ever discovered of bringing rogues to justice.”
Senator Jacob Howard, Statement upon sponsoring original False Claims Act in 1863
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