A creative problem solver who pays close attention to detail, attorney Olivia Plinio excels at helping health care clients navigate internal investigations, government investigations, and claims of fraud, false claims, and other noncompliant activity related to their health care businesses.

Clients rely on Olivia for guidance on a wide variety of health care compliance issues, including fraud and abuse laws, such as the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and the Stark Law. In addition, she assists clients with federal and state government self-disclosures related to noncompliance with those fraud and abuse laws.

As a co-lead of Epstein Becker Green’s Federal Research Grants Enforcement Focused Initiative, Olivia also assists academic medical centers, hospitals, universities, research institutes, and other research stakeholders in matters involving misuse of federal research grant funding, research noncompliance, and research misconduct proceedings and their associated False Claims Act implications.

Olivia understands the health care industry from different perspectives. While earning her J.D. with a Concentration in Health Law and a Certification in Health Care Compliance from Seton Hall University School of Law, she worked as an Ethics, Quality, and Compliance Fellow at the American affiliate of a global pharmaceutical company. As a fellow, Olivia collaborated with the company’s legal and compliance teams to ensure that the company complied with new federal and state laws affecting the pharmaceutical industry. Previously, Olivia interned at a pharmaceutical advertising and marketing agency.

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  • Seton Hall University School of Law (J.D., 2020)
    • Concentration in Health Law
    • Health Care Compliance Certification
    • Member, Seton Hall Legislative Journal
    • Chancellor Scholarship; Health Law Forum
  • Lehigh University (B.A., 2017)

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