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The word is out: HIPAA audits are set to recommence soon

USA - May 12 2015 The Health & Human Services' Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is now gearing up for the second round of HIPAA compliance audits this year. Covered…

Amy L. Butler, Brian E. Dickerson, Christina M. Kuta, Ericka L. Adler, Nicole Hughes Waid.

Fraud at Citigroup’s Mexican subsidiary Banamex leads to SEC investigation

Mexico, USA - March 4 2014 The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has undertaken an investigation of Citigroup for possible accounting fraud and violation of the…

Brian E. Dickerson, Donald S. Scherzer, Jonathan R. Secrest, Nicole Hughes Waid, Rose M. Schindler.

Insurers nationwide continue to drop medical providers from Medicare Advantage plans

USA - January 22 2014 Since last fall, tens of thousands of physicians, medical practices and pharmacies nationwide, and their patients, have received notifications from…

Amy L. Butler, Brian E. Dickerson, Jonathan R. Secrest, Ned Milenkovich, Nicole Hughes Waid.

Alcoa pays $384 million in the fifth largest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act case

USA - January 13 2014 Alcoa World Alumina LLC, a majority-owned subsidiary of Alcoa, has agreed to plead guilty to one count of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practice Act…

Andrew S. Feldman, Brian E. Dickerson, Donald S. Scherzer, Jonathan R. Secrest, Nicole Hughes Waid.

Antitrust: European Commission fines Johnson & Johnson and Novartis over $22 million for delaying market entry of generic painkiller fentanyl

European Union - December 13 2013 On December 10, 2013, The European Commission (Commission) announced that it had imposed fines of $14,827,141 (€ 10 798 000) on the U.S…

Andrew S. Feldman, Brian E. Dickerson, Donald S. Scherzer, Jonathan R. Secrest, Rose M. Schindler.