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False claims, or Qui Tam laws, are laws that allow somebody to bring a claim on behalf of the government, and that person is called the relater, who brings the claim, and they brought, they bring the claim on behalf of the government against a business that is cheating or stealing from the government. When the government is being stolen from, as an example, Medicaid fraud, or other types of fraud against the government, the employee can bring the claim, the claim is filed under seal, so the business cannot discover the claim until the government has time to investigate the claim. Once the government’s completed it’s investigation, the government can take over the claim and the claim can be unsealed and then the business would need to defend itself against the claim. Meanwhile, the person who brought the claim could recover a percentage of the amount of the money the government gets that was stolen from the government.

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