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Take a coffee break every Tuesday in October at 2 p.m. ET to join us for a 15-minute webinar covering white-collar and criminal enforcement issues!

We know that you are busy and want to stay current on trending issues. To meet this need, we are offering a “crash course” webinar series. You can pick and choose sessions to attend or sign up for all four 15-minute sessions, depending on your availability and level of interest. In each compact, 15-minute installment, we will guide you through a different white-collar issue. This webinar series should be of interest to those in the health care, pharmaceutical, medical device, and dietary supplement industries.

The Criminalization of Health Care
Tuesday, October 24 at 2:00 – 2:15 p.m. ET
Presenter: Jack Wenik

Discussion Points:

  • DOJ’s increasing focus on the individual in health care fraud matters (Park doctrine, Yates memorandum, and recent settlements)
  • DOJ’s criminal tools for investigating health care matters (review of qui tam complaints, an array of statutes, and HIPAA subpoenas)
  • DOJ’s attempt to assign criminal liability for medical decision-making
  • Pushing back against the above, and what you can do to minimize risk

Have a question on any of these issues? Please email the session speaker or Lisa Blackburn, Business Development Manager, at

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