On March 3, the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice announced a two-part pilot program to encourage corporations to implement compliance programs with provisions for employee compensation incentives and clawbacks designed to prevent corporate crime. Last week, at the American Bar Association’s 38th Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime, Deputy Attorney General
Christine Levi is an associate in Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group and Government Enforcement and Investigations Practice Group, representing companies and individuals in a range of governmental and internal investigations and in broad civil litigation matters.
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In SCOTUS Amicus Briefs, Industry Supports Government Authority to Dismiss Relators’ FCA Actions
By Brad Robertson & Christine Levi on
Posted in False Claims Act, Supreme Court
Industry organizations in business, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and medical technology filed amicus briefs this week in support of the False Claims Act (FCA) defendants in the Supreme Court case United States, ex rel. Polansky v. Executive Health Resources, Inc. As previously reported here, this case raises whether the government has the proper authority to dismiss…