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The New Justice Manual: DOJ Updates US Attorney’s Manual for the First Time in Decades

USA - October 12 2018 On September 25, DOJ announced the rollout of the Justice Manual, a new US Attorney’s Manual. Though the manual is an internal document that does not...

Rebecca C. Martin, Matthew M. Girgenti, Sophia A. Luby, Theodore Alexander, Paul M. Thompson.


Insys Announces Settlement-in-Principle with DOJ Over Alleged Subsys Kickback Scheme

USA - September 13 2018 Last month, Insys Therapeutics, Inc. announced that it reached a settlement-in-principle with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to settle claims...

Matthew M. Girgenti.


Health Care Enforcement Quarterly Roundup - September 2018

USA - September 11 2018 In the latest installment of Health Care Enforcement Quarterly Roundup, we examine key enforcement trends in the health care industry that we have...

Laura McLane, Tony Maida, T. Reed Stephens, Rebecca C. Martin, Matthew M. Girgenti, Natalie Colvin, Irene A. Firippis, Sophia A. Luby, Theodore Alexander, Neha Khandhadia, Jennifer B. Routh, Amy Hooper Kearbey, Paul M. Thompson.


New DOJ Task Force to Take on Opioid Crisis Using the FCA and Other Enforcement Tools

USA - March 2 2018 Earlier this week, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) launched a new front in its effort to combat the opioid crisis and explicitly stated that it...

Matthew M. Girgenti, Paul M. Thompson.


DOJ Issues Memorandum Outlining Factors for Evaluating Dismissal of Qui Tam FCA Cases in Which the Government Has Declined to Intervene

USA - January 29 2018 As first reported in the National Law Journal, the US Department of Justice (DOJ), Civil Division, recently issued an important memorandum to its...

T. Reed Stephens, Rebecca C. Martin.