The federal government recovers more than $4 billion every year under the False Claims Act, with more than 80% of cases involving pharmaceutical companies, medical professionals, and other healthcare-related defendants.  These are complex cases that often involve claims for treble damages and penalties, potential exclusion from government programs, qui tam actions brought by private plaintiffs, and parallel criminal investigations and prosecutions.

Lawline.com now offers a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program on this rapidly developing area of the law.  Entitled The False Claims Act:  Enforcement Trends in Health Care, the program examines enforcement trends since the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009 and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.  The program also examines significant changes in enforcement policies and initiatives in the Obama Administration.  Topics covered include:
  • Liability for False Claims Under Federal Law
  • Damages, Penalties, Exclusion, and other Consequences
  • Qui Tam Actions
  • Parallel Criminal Investigations and Prosecutions
  • Settlements and Corporate Integrity Agreements
  • Noteworthy Judgments and Settlements
For more information and to register for this CLE program, just click here.

John Howley, Esq.

New York, New York

 


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