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Recent Enforcement Trends: Healthcare and Life Sciences Sector

V&E Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense Update, May 7, 2019

Produced by the firm’s Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense practice, the Vinson & Elkins Recent Enforcement Trends: Healthcare and Life Sciences Sector report provides a comprehensive analysis of developments specific to the Healthcare and Life Sciences industry.

RECENT ENFORCEMENT TRENDS: HEALTHCARE AND LIFE SCIENCES SECTOR

White Collar - Healthcare CoverThere have been several recent developments in the government enforcement landscape for the Healthcare and Life Sciences Sector. 

From settlements of bribery charges under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) to the Department of Justice’s (“DOJ” or the “Department”) Healthcare Fraud Strike Force, the Healthcare and Life Sciences Sector faces a shifting environment of government inquiry and enforcement. 

In this report of enforcement trends, we are highlighting the key government enforcement policies and actions that Healthcare and Life Sciences Sector professionals need to know. 

 

 

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