Tuesday, 10 March, 2020
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Taught by John T. Boese (Law '72), of counsel, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP; adjunct professor, Saint Louis University School of Law
14 MO CLE credits will be available.
This course takes place March 7-10, 2020, in Scott Hall room 1066. The entire course must be taken in full. Attending individual sessions is not an option.
About the Course
This course will explore the False Claims Act [FCA] from its history to present day present use and policy implications. The course will introduce fundamental principles in the FCA and examine Supreme Court and lower court interpretation before and after the 2009 amendments to the FCA. Fundamental principles of the FCA that will be covered include the elements of liability (falsity, materiality, scienter, conspiracy, and reverse false claim); damages and penalties; the qui tam enforcement mechanism; and trial practice and settlement. The course will conclude with a panel discussion of FCA practitioners.
This course is offers 14.0 Missouri CLE credits to licensed attorneys. Full or part time students law students at Saint Louis University School of Law registered for this course will earn 1 academic credit hour towards the J.D. or LL.M. Participants must register for the entire course. Attending individual sessions is not an option.
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