Title:Dealing with the Government, Complainants, and Whistleblowers
Date: Thursday, January 10, 2019
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Time:2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Healthcare Fraud Investigations and False Claims Act Litigation: From Inception to Resolution
Session Three: Dealing with the Government, Complainants, and Whistleblowers
This four-part webinar series is for General Counsel,
Compliance Officers, and other key stakeholders in the healthcare
industry. When legal or regulatory
compliance issues arise, the risks, costs, and disruption can be
tremendous. Using tried-and-true
techniques to investigate, contend with, and resolve such issues can mitigate
these burdens. Learn from lawyers who
have been through these matters many times.
These discussions will be based on real-life scenarios that
participants will receive in advance, and will offer practical, actionable
approaches to the most confounding challenges.
Session III. Dealing with the Government, Complainants, and Whistleblowers
In most investigations, organizations face one or more adversaries – both external and internal.We will discuss the best strategies and practices for contending with them.
This program is currently pending approval of CEU from The Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® . Registration requires a complete Name, Title, Organization, and a valid business Email Address.
Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. is pleased to partner with Above the Law for
CLE accreditation.* Upon the conclusion of each webinar an informal
certificate of completion will be issued by Wolters Kluwer Legal &
Regulatory U.S. Attendees will also receive an official certificate via email
from Above the Law's third party CLE provider, Marino Law.
available for NY, NJ and CA. A Uniform Certificate of Attendance for CLE credit
will be issued for all other states.
CLE credits are only offered for live attendance and are complimentary.
Thomas G. Walker
G. Walker concentrates his practice in the areas of government
investigations, internal corporate investigations and white collar criminal
defense. He has worked as a federal prosecutor and most recently served as the
presidentially appointed U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of North
Carolina. In that position, he oversaw all federal criminal and civil matters
in the eastern portion of the state. He previously served as an assistant U.S.
attorney and as special counsel to North Carolina Attorney General Roy
Cooper. In those roles, Thomas prosecuted numerous cases in federal court
involving bank fraud, money laundering, capital litigation and other areas of
federal law. He also served as a member of former U.S. Attorney General Janet
Reno’s Campaign Finance Task Force.
Guest: Meredith Jones Kingsley
Jones Kingsley is a partner in the Litigation & Trial Practice Group. She
focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and representing
corporations in government and internal investigations. Meredith serves clients
in a variety of industries, including automotive, healthcare, and banking.
Moderator: Frank Sheeder
Frank Sheeder focuses his practice on healthcare enforcement defense and compliance. He has defended clients against civil and criminal fraud allegations brought by federal and state government agencies and other hostile third-party litigants—especially whistle-blowers—for more than 30 years. Frank represents clients facing government enforcement initiatives, complex healthcare litigation, and regulatory compliance matters.