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DuaneMorris3 wrote: Healthcare Fraud Takedowns
As a former federal prosecutor in Chicago, I am well acquainted with the phrase “takedowns.” For the unwary, a subject-area “takedown” is a practice used by federal prosecutors to send a message to a given industry. Prosecutors investigate an (More)
Christopher T. Grohman wrote: Healthcare Fraud Takedowns
As a former federal prosecutor in Chicago, I am well acquainted with the phrase “takedowns.”  For the unwary, a subject-area “takedown” is a practice used by federal prosecutors to send a message to a given industry.  Prosecutors investigat (More)
By Amanda L. Bassen and Michael E. Clark In healthcare fraud prosecutions under the Anti-Kickback Statute (42 U.S.C. § 1320a-7b(b)), the knowing or willful solicitation or receipt, either directly or indirectly, of any remuneration (including kic (More)
A business may now not know whether it committed fraud until the government chimes in. There are thousands of regulations with which businesses need to comply. If you recklessly (or perhaps worse, intentionally) miss one—regardless of which one—a (More)