George Breen, Chair of the firm's National Health Care and Life Sciences Practice Steering Committee, will moderate a webinar, "Select Trial Issues, Closing Arguments, Post-Trial Motions, and Appeals," as Part V of the
Litigating a False Claims Act—Tips and Tactics from the Trenches
bootcamp series hosted by the AHLA's Health Care Liability and
Litigation Practice Group.

As the number of False Claims Act (FCA) cases filed each
year continues to increase, the number of those cases being tried is
beginning to rise. This five-part bootcamp webinar series—each session
featuring seasoned trial lawyers—is designed to offer insight on the key
issues in the litigation of FCA cases, from complaint filing and
initial motions practice, through discovery, alternative dispute
resolution (ADR), and trial. Each session in this unique series will
include perspectives from relators, government, and defense counsel
panelists; we'll even include e-discovery, ADR, and jury consultant
experts along the way.

Topics that will be discussed in this session include the following:

  • Tactics for compiling all the evidence into a persuasive closing argument;
  • Types of post-trial motions; and
  • Appellate considerations, successes, and failures.

For more information, visit

Event Detail

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