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White Collar Year in Preview: False Claims Act Trends in 2020

Editors’ Note: This is the fourth in our start-of-year series examining important trends in white collar law and investigations in the coming year. Our previous entry discussed  anti-corruption trends in 2020. Up next: a look at State Attorney General trendsLook for additional posts throughout the month of January.

More than halfway into the Donald Trump administration,… More

White Collar Year in Preview: Healthcare Fraud Trends in 2020

Editors’ Note: This is the second in our start-of-year series examining important trends in white collar law and investigations in the coming year. Our previous entry discussed SEC enforcement in 2020. Up next: a look at trends in anti-corruption and under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Look for additional posts throughout the month of January.

2019 saw ongoing action in the healthcare space.… More

Two More Pharma Companies Resolve Co-Pay Foundation Kickback Claims – Prosecutors Continue Pursuit of Similar Cases

Federal and state prosecutors recently convened at the Boston Bar Association’s White Collar Crime Conference to discuss, among other topics, health care enforcement priorities. At the conference, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts (USAO) highlighted its recent focus on pharmaceutical companies that make donations to co-pay assistance foundations, an area where we have recently seen a flurry of False Claims Act (FCA) enforcement.… More