Anjali N.C. Downs, Carrie Valiant, and Jack Wenik, Members of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, examine the government’s renewed focus on holding individual executives and members of boards of directors accountable for corporate wrongdoing.

This video discusses the following:

  • Recent Department of Justice enforcement actions
  • The growing prevalence of penalties for individuals
  • The steps that companies should consider in light of the increased focus on individual accountability 
  • Training and other protections for individuals moving forward

Epstein Becker Green has experience working with clients on all phases of government investigations and compliance. Learn more about the solutions and services that we provide.

About Thought Leaders in Health Law

The Thought Leaders in Health Law® video series tracks the latest trends in multiple areas of the health care and life sciences industries, featuring attorneys and advisors from Epstein Becker Green and EBG Advisors.

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