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Chambers USA 2013

Healthcare Regulatory Enforcement & Fraud Defense

While federal and state agencies have recently increased their emphasis on investigating healthcare fraud, Latham & Watkins’ lawyers have dramatically helped healthcare clients avoid fines, incarceration, and other penalties.

Latham & Watkins has defended US-based clients, including the largest hospital system in the country, in several of the largest healthcare fraud investigations involving the highest level of complexity and amounts in controversy. 

A Powerful Combination of Regulatory and Trial Knowledge

By combining practitioners from Latham's Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice with its White Collar Defense & Investigations Practice, the firm is able to provide clients with comprehensive counsel in healthcare regulatory enforcement matters and government fraud investigations. The effective defense of complex healthcare regulatory enforcement and fraud investigations requires knowledge in three practice areas:

  • Substantive healthcare fraud and abuse laws and regulations
  • Civil False Claims Act and qui tam litigation
  • Criminal law and procedure

Latham's team of healthcare regulatory and reimbursement practitioners, seasoned civil litigators and experienced criminal trial lawyers brings the optimal defense experience and trial skills to each matter. Not only do Latham lawyers have unmatched experience in reaching negotiated resolutions of such matters, but the firm's trial experience provides clients with additional strategic options.

Scope of Services
  • Assisting in voluntary disclosures
  • Conducting internal investigations
  • Defending civil False Claims Act and qui tam litigation
  • Defending criminal and civil government healthcare fraud investigations
  • Development of compliance programs
  • Negotiating Corporate Integrity Agreements
  • Responding to Grand Jury subpoenas and search warrants
  • Strategic counseling in fraud and abuse laws
 
 
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