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Reading the Tea Leaves: Understanding OIG Priorities

USA - September 12 2018 The Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“OIG”) issues work plans (“Work Plan”) that addresses priority...

Gerald L. Aben.


“Seismic Shifts in Digital Technology:” Supreme Court Creates Exception to Third-Party Doctrine for Cell-Site Location Information

USA - June 29 2018 After not disturbing the Third-Party Doctrine for more than 40 years, the Supreme Court created a significant exception to it in Carpenter v. United...

Christina C. Brunty, Dante Stella.


Supreme Court Decides Fraud Perpetrator is Not Required to Reimburse Victim for Costs of Private Investigation

USA - June 22 2018 In Lagos v. United States, 584 U.S. ___ (2018), the Supreme Court issued a unanimous ruling that limits the ability of corporate victims of fraud to...

Lea F. Courington, James S Brady, Edwin J. Tomko, Jason M. Ross.


DOJ to Reduce “Piling on” Penalties to Incentivize Corporate Voluntary Self Disclosures

USA - June 1 2018 On May 9, 2018, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein released a new “Policy on Coordination of Corporate Resolution Penalties” (“Policy”) in an...

Matthew Dybas.


Stay One Step Ahead of the Regulator: Data Analytics as Part of a Robust Compliance Program

USA - April 26 2018 Health care fraud and abuse is a significant contributor to the cost of health care in the United States. For the fiscal year that ended September 30...

Gerald L. Aben.