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Jay Holland Presents Qui Tam Session at Federal Bar Association Conference, Atlanta

The session, titled “What is ‘qui tam’? What every attorney needs to know about the False Claims Act and whistleblower cases,” was held on Thursday, Sept. 14. 

His session taught potential relator counsel, as well as in-house counsel, the basics of the False Claims Act and federal whistleblower statutes for the average federal litigator. It included information on how to identify a potential qui tam case, how to identify the five “Basics” of FCA cases and how to develop an understanding of where the potential traps in FCA litigation are. 

With over 17,000 members and over 90 chapters nationwide, the Federal Bar Association is dedicated to promoting the welfare, interests, education and professional development of attorneys involved in federal law. Its members range from small to large firms, corporations and federal agencies. The FBA serves as the communication point between the bar and the bench, as well as the private and public sectors. 

Jay Holland is a principal in JGL’s Civil Litigation Group, and the chair of the firm’s Labor, Employment and Qui Tam Whistleblower practice. He is a renowned employment and qui tam litigator known for taking on tough cases and achieving exceptional results. Jay has been lead counsel in several cases that have received national media attention, and has achieved extraordinary success in several high-profile qui tam cases under the False Claims Act that have resulted in settlements of hundreds of millions of dollars. 


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