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Post-Dobbs Abortion Enforcement: Nebraska Uses Facebook Messages as Evidence

USA - August 12 2022 With the release of the decision in Dobbs v. Jackson, questions regarding enforcement activity in states that restrict or ban abortion by statute…

Sarah M. Hall

Warning Signs of a Criminal Investigation: Considerations for In-House Counsel and Corporate Executives in a Post-Roe World

USA - July 14 2022 On June 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court released its opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, overturning Roe v. Wade—the 1973…

Zeina Abu-Hijleh, Sarah M. Hall

“Queen for a Day” or Risk of Peril? Considerations for Proffering with the Government

USA - May 27 2022 Imagine you’re a longtime employee of a company that operates in a highly regulated industry. Your employment has seen its ups and downs throughout…

Whistleblowing, Retaliation Risks Are On the Rise for Health Care Employers

USA - April 29 2021 Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many jurisdictions have enacted protections from COVID-19-related liability claims through legislation and…

Denise Merna Dadika, Gregory (Greg) Keating

First Federal COVID-19-Related Enforcement Action Filed as DOJ and FBI Commit to Preventing Fraud in the Nation’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

USA - March 23 2020 After U.S. Attorney General, William P. Barr[1] and the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued warnings this week regarding potential fraudulent…

Melissa L. Jampol