Whistle Blower, Government Fraud Claims, Qui Tam Lawyers
Most contracts with the federal government require the contractor to give the United States the best price that that contractor would give to any of its customers. The failure to do so is a form of fraud that violates the False Claims Act and may give rise to a Qui Tam lawsuit.
If you have witnessed or are aware of a federal contractor whose actions have violated the best price stipulation contained within its contract with the government, you would be wise to consult with the government fraud lawyers of the Ochs Law Firm. Our attorneys can help you ascertain whether or not you might qualify to become a relator or a whistleblower. We can also determine if a Qui Tam lawsuit can be brought forth to assist the United States government in recovering the money it was defrauded out of.
Your assistance in such matters is a civic duty that should not be taken lightly. It’s the only way to ensure that businesses are kept in check. Otherwise, contractors would be free to take advantage of the system and charge exorbitant rates where they otherwise wouldn’t be warranted.
And what’s more, whistle blowers are often awarded substantial sums for coming forward. Whatever you tell us will be kept in the utmost confidence. If you prefer, you can call our office to set up an in-person meeting.
Let the Ochs Law Firm guide you through this situation. Call or email us today.