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Handling Civil Investigative Demands Under the False Claims Act

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The False Claims Act authorizes the U.S. Department of Justice to issue Civil Investigative Demands, commonly known as CIDs, which are used to investigate potential fraud on the government. If you receive a CID, it doesn't necessarily mean that you're the target of a fraud investigation, but at a minimum, it indicates that the government believes you have information relevant to the investigation.

What should you do if you receive a CID? James Holloway of Baker Donelson's Government Enforcement & Investigations Group explains your obligations to the government and the steps you'll need to take to comply.

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