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OIG Proposed Rule Seeks to Address Drug Pricing Concerns - But Will It?

USA - February 4 2019 In an effort to respond to prescription drug pricing concerns, on January 31, 2019, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the U.S. Department of...

Shannon L. Wiley, Brian D. Bewley, Kaitlyn L. Dunn.

DOJ Moves to Dismiss 11 Patient Assistance Services FCA Cases

USA - December 24 2018 In a remarkable move, the Department of Justice (DOJ) recently sought dismissal of 11 False Claims Act (FCA) cases, each of which assert that patient...

Shannon L. Wiley, John E. Kelly, Lindsey Brown Fetzer, Julia Tamulis.

DOJ Moves to Dismiss 11 Patient Assistance Services FCA Cases

USA - December 21 2018 In a remarkable move, the Department of Justice (DOJ) recently sought dismissal of 11 False Claims Act (FCA)...

Shannon L. Wiley, John E. Kelly, Lindsey Brown Fetzer, Julia Tamulis.

Considerations for Specialty Pharmacy as Enforcement on Controlled Substances Ramps Up to Counter Opioid Crisis

USA - September 15 2017 As the nation continues to grapple with the opioid abuse crisis, both regulators and enforcement officials are taking steps to prevent the diversion...

Shannon L. Wiley, T. Mitchell James, III.

Attorney-Client Privilege: What It Covers, What It Doesn't Cover and How to Maintain It

USA - May 18 2017 You see it emblazed on e-mails, memos, and documents, but how do you know if the information really is privileged? Creating and maintaining...

Shannon L. Wiley, Courtney Ginn.