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In “Ten FCA Decisions From 2013 That Government Contractors Need To Know,” a feature comment published in The Government Contractor, C&M attorneys Andy Liu, Jonathan Cone, and Olivia Lynch count down 10 FCA decisions from last year that they predict will have the most significant legal and practical impact on government contractors. Read how the FCA’s statute of limitations may be tolled indefinitely thanks to a World War II-era statute, when weaknesses in a contractor’s organizational-conflicts-of-interest compliance system may lead to FCA liability, and why one court found nothing unconstitutional about imposing a $24 million penalty on a contractor despite no finding of harm to the government on a $3.3 million contract.