Tag Archives: False Claims Act claims

D&O Insurance: Regulatory Exclusion Precludes Coverage for Relator’s Qui Tam Action

As I have noted in prior posts, “qui tam actions” under the False Claims Act often fit uncomfortably with typical D&O insurance policy terms and provisions. For example, the procedure whereby qui tam actions are filed but not immediately served raise questions of the claims made date (as discussed here), and with respect to the … Continue Reading

Management Liability Insurance: If a Qui Tam Action is a Claim, When is it “First Made”?

The federal False Claims Act imposes liability on those who defraud the government. The law also allows third-parties to bring so-called qui tam actions in the form liability claims under the Act; if the qui tam actions are successful, the third-party can receive a portion of the recovery. When a third-party files a qui tam … Continue Reading