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  • The Civil Investigative Demand Process

    Civil Investigative Demands (CIDs) are subpoena-like notices issued by government investigators to collect evidence, documentation, and information for use in federal civil investigations, including ... Read Article

February Posts

  • The Civil Investigative Demand Process

    Civil Investigative Demands (CIDs) are subpoena-like notices issued by government investigators to collect evidence, documentation, and information for use in federal civil investigations, including violations of the federal False Claims Act (FCA) . Frequently used by the federal ... Read Article
  • OIG Subpoenas Explained

    Health care providers under investigation for possible fraud may receive notice of the federal government’s investigation through formal court summons, including subpoenas from the Department of Health and Human Services and Office of Inspector General (OIG). With the ... Read Article
  • Anatomy of a False Claims Act Case

    What is the False Claims Act in Healthcare Law? As part of the government’s healthcare fraud enforcement efforts, physicians and other healthcare professionals are routinely subject to aggressive audits , investigations, and civil and criminal penalties – often in relation to ... Read Article
  • Infringement Allegations. Have You Been Threatened?

    In a competitive business environment, claims of infringement pose considerable risks to defendants. While some allegations are unfounded and brought by patent trolls, others may have merit. Distinguishing between the two, and taking appropriate and decisive action to respond to ... Read Article
  • When a Business Dissolves, Who Owns the Trade Secrets and Other Intellectual Property?

    Ending or reorganizing a business can introduce a number of concerns for business owners – including questions over who owns any trade secrets or intellectual property inherent to the company and how those assets should be divided. Even when partners amicably decide to party ... Read Article
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