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Tag Archives: False Claims Act (FCA)

“FCA ENFORCEMENT: DIFFERENT, BUT STILL HERE” – PART OF CROWELL & MORING’S RELEASE OF 2018 LITIGATION FORECAST

Posted in Events, Litigation
Crowell & Moring has issued its “Litigation Forecast 2018: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year.”  The health care section of the Forecast, “FCA Enforcement: Different, But Still Here,” outlines how health care companies should expect continued enforcement of the False Claims Act, but with perhaps different emphasis on key areas such… Continue Reading

Crowell & Moring’s 2016 Litigation & Regulatory Forecasts: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year

Posted in Administrative Law, Antitrust, EHR, Health Care Reform & ACA, Health IT, Litigation, Medicaid, Medicare, Tax
Featured Industry: Health Care Spotlight on Best Practices, Litigation, Antitrust, and Tax for Health Care Companies Crowell & Moring LLP is pleased to release its “2016 Litigation & Regulatory Forecasts: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year.” The reports examine the trends and developments that will impact health care companies and other… Continue Reading

HOOPS 2014: Legal Flashpoints and Developments

Posted in Antitrust, Fraud, Waste & Abuse, HIPAA & Privacy, Litigation, Medicare, Mental Health Parity
This year Crowell & Moring’s Healthcare Ounce of Prevention Seminar, (HOOPS), will focus on important legal and regulatory developments and their impact on the healthcare industry. Join us on October 27th and October 28th in Washington, DC as our healthcare attorneys and outside speakers share their perspectives on the latest developments in areas of interest… Continue Reading

Landmark False Claims Act Judgment: What Hospitals and Healthcare Providers Should Know

Posted in Fraud, Waste & Abuse, Litigation
On October 2, 2013, the federal district court in Columbia, South Carolina imposed a landmark $237 million judgment in a much-discussed False Claims Act case which was predicated on violations of the Physician Self-Referral (Stark) Law, U.S. ex rel. Drakeford v. Tuomey Healthcare System, Inc.1 The case was originally filed as a qui tam case… Continue Reading