The Norton Law Firm PC is pleased to announce that Senior Associate Matthew Turetzky will return to the ABA False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial Institute as a panelist and member of the steering committee. This year’s institute is being held on June 19-21, 2019 at Fordham Law School in New York City.
The institute is one of a kind. It includes a mock False Claims Act jury trial, featuring veteran prosecutors, relator’s attorneys, and members of the defense bar. The jury’s deliberations are then broadcast to the attendees. It is an invaluable opportunity to see how False Claims Act issues play in court and how a jury evaluates the arguments and the evidence.
Matthew will moderate a panel discussion addressing court decisions post-Escobar, statute of limitations, and dismissal of FCA actions. These are topics familiar to Matthew, whose litigation experience includes numerous False Claims Act cases.
Matthew has written and spoken extensively on the False Claims Act. Some of his articles and interviews can be found in American Health Lawyers Association publications, The Government Contractor (a Thomson Reuters publication), Law360, and right here at The Norton Law Firm’s blog.
If you are in the New York City area on June 19-21, you are encouraged to attend. Registration information can be found at the ABA’s website, which is here. The agenda and program information can be found here.