Marc Stephen Raspanti

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Practice Areas

Pennsylvania
New York
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
U.S. District Court – Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court – Middle District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court – Western District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court – Southern District of New York

J.D., Temple University School of Law
B.A., Villanova University

United States ex rel. Scheer v. Beebe Healthcare et al., No. 20-cv-6117, 2024 WL 219395 (E.D. Pa. Jan. 18, 2024)

United States ex rel. Lutz et al. v. Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, No. 9:14-cv-3699-RMG (D.S.C.)

United States et. al. ex rel. Mason, Folstad and MEMA v. Health Management Associates, Inc., et. al., No. 3:10CV472 (W.D.N.C.)

United States ex rel. Lutz v. Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, 2019 WL 236799 (D.S.C. Jan. 16, 2019)

United States ex rel. Mason v. Health Mgmt. Assocs. Inc., et al., 3:10-CV-472-GCM (W.D.N.C.)

United States ex rel. Dawn Baker v. Physician Partners of America, LLC, No. 8:19-cv-00902 (M.D. Fl.)

United States ex rel. Miller v. Health Mgmt. Assocs. Inc., et al., 10-3007 (E.D. Pa.)

United States ex rel. Saunders v. Univ. of Pennsylvania Health System, 97-6747 (E.D. Pa.)

United States ex rel. Lutz v. Heart Diagnostic Laboratory Inc., et al., 14-230 (D.S.C.)

United States ex rel. Bergman v. Abbott Laboratories, 995 F. Supp. 2d 357 (E.D. Pa. 2014)

United States ex rel. Novick v. Doshi Diagnostics, 09-4992 (D.N.J.)

United States ex rel. Ross v. Family Dermatology of Pennsylvania, P.C., et al., Case No. 1:11-cv-2413 (N.D. Ga.)

United States ex rel. Michael Epp v. Supreme Foodservice AG, 10-1134 (E.D.Pa.)

United States ex rel. DePace v. Cooper Health System, No. 08-5626 (JEI/AMD), —F.Supp.2d—, 2013 WL 1707952 (D.N.J. Apr. 22, 2013)

United States ex rel. Thomas Mason v. Community Health Systems, Inc. et al., No. 12-817 (W.D.N.C.)

United States ex rel. Vincent A. DiMezza, Jr. v. The Boeing Company, No. 2-10-cv-000634 (E.D. Pa.)

United States ex rel. Nevyas v. Allergan Inc., No. 2:09-cv-00432 (E.D. Pa.)

United States et al. v. Christiana Care Health System et al., Civ. No. 05-344 (D. Del., 2010)

United States ex rel. James Monahan v. Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton, 2009 WL 1288962 (D.N.J. May 7, 2009), Case No. 02-5702

United States v. Dr. Harriet Comite, No. 06-0070 (E.D. Pa., Feb. 13, 2007)

United States ex. rel. James T. Monahan v. Saint Barnabas Health System, No. Civ. A. 02-5702 (D. N.J., June 15, 2006)

United States ex rel. Hunt v. Merck-Medco Managed Care, LLC, 336 F. Supp. 2d 430 (E.D. Pa., 2004)

United States ex rel. Hunt v. Merck-Medco Managed Care, LLC, No. 00-CV-737 (E.D. Pa., Sept. 22, 2004)

United States v. Dr. Reicherter, 318 F. Supp. 2d 265 (E.D. Pa., 2004)

United States ex rel. Hunt v. Merck-Medco Managed Care, LLC, No. 00-CV-737, 2004 WL 868271 (E.D. Pa., April 21, 2004)

United States v. Burns, 280 F. Supp. 2d 325 (D. Del., 2003)

United States ex rel. Dr. Poulton v. Anesthesia Assoc. of Burlington, Inc., 87 F. Supp. 2d 351 (D. Vt., 2000)

United States ex rel. Robert Merena v. SmithKline Beecham Clin. Lab., 114 F. Supp. 2d 352 (E.D. Pa., 2000)

United States ex rel. Robert Merena v. SmithKline Beecham Clin. Lab., 205 F.3d 97 (3d Cir. 2000)

United States ex rel. Robert Merena v. SmithKline Beecham Clin. Lab., No. Civ. A. 93-5974, 1998 WL 83971 (E.D. Pa., Feb. 25, 1998)

United States ex rel. Merena v. SmithKline Beecham Clin. Lab., No. Civ. A. 93-5974, 1998 WL 54379 (E.D. Pa., Jan 29, 1998)

United States v. Dr. Jose Castillo, No. Crim. A. 96-CR-430 1997 WL 539762 (E.D. Pa., Aug. 7, 1997)

United States ex rel. Penizotto v. Bates East Corp., No. Civ. A. 94-3626, 1996 WL 417172 (E.D. Pa., Jul. 19, 1996)

United States v. Warning, 1994 WL 396432 (E.D. Pa. Jul. 26, 1994)

United States ex rel. Brandimarte v. Life Ctr. Ltd., No. Ci. A. 94-2398 (E.D. Pa., Filed Apr. 1994, Settled Nov. 1995)

United States v. Warning, No. Civ. A. 91-6488, 1994 WL 105674 (E.D. Pa., Mar. 17, 1994)

Commonwealth v. Ginn, 587 A.2d 314 (Pa. Super Ct. 1991)

United States ex rel. West v. Biotrax Inc., No. 95-CV-3223 (E.D. Pa., May 1991)

St. German of Alaska E. Orthodox Catholic Church v. United States, 840 F.2d 1087 (2d Cir. 1988)

United States v. Dr. Tutse Towne, NO. C.A. 91-21-02-JRR, 1991 WL 146666 (D. Del. June 26, 1991)

United States v. Gerald Leo and James Badolato, 941 F.2d 181 (E.D. Pa., 1991)

“Litigation: From Seal Lift to Final Pretrial Conference — 9(B), Touhy, Claims, Experts, and More,” American Bar Association’s Civil False Claims 2024 Conference (webinar), June 5, 2024

“Private Equity and Health Care – A Paradox or Just Good Business,” American Bar Association’s 25th Annual Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference (New Orleans, LA), April 5, 2024

“False Claims Act Update,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Health Law Institute (Harrisburg, PA), March 13, 2024

“A Practitioner’s Guide to American Whistleblower Programs,” World Online Lawyers with Excellent Practice (WOLEP) (webinar), November 21, 2023

“The State of False Claims Litigation in South Carolina,” Federal Bar Association South Carolina Chapter Annual Meeting of the Chapter (Charleston, SC), November 9, 2023

“A Practitioner’s Guide to American Whistleblower Programs: Three Decades of a Growing Public-Private Partnership,” Mackrell International Roundtable (webinar), September 14, 2023

“When Trial is Your Best…or Only…Option!” Federal Criminal Law Committee for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA), June 1, 2023

“False Claims Act Today,” Federal Bar Association’s Qui Tam Section (webinar), May 17, 2023

“The New Italian Whistleblowing Legislation: A Practical Guide,” Gitti and Partners (webinar), February 8, 2023

“The Physician Payment Sunshine Act and the Future of Healthcare Transparency,” Health Care Compliance Association (webinar), November 15, 2022

“What’s in the Data? Data Analytics in Health Care False Claims Act Cases,” American Bar Association’s Annual Meeting (Chicago, IL), August 4, 2022

“Whistleblower statutes in the United States and the European Union – regulations, commonalities and differences, perspectives,” World Online Lawyers with Excellent Practice, WOLEP (webinar), July 13, 2022

“Aseracare Update: Insights into Objective Falsity in Litigation and Trials,” American Bar Association’s False Claims and Qui Tam Trial Institute 2022 (Miami, FL), April 25-27, 2022

“Whistleblower Counsel on the Enforcement Front Lines,” White Collar Perspectives Series (webinar), March 3, 2021

“Negotiating and Mediating False Claims Act Cases,” Health Care Compliance Association’s 6th Annual Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference (webinar), November 18, 2020

“How Not to Transform Your Employees into Whistleblowers – Even the Thinnest of Pancakes Has Two Sides” Federal Bar Association’s Qui Tam Section (webinar), July 14, 2020

“Multi-Relator Cases,” Federal Bar Association 2020 Qui Tam Conference (Washington, DC), February 27-28, 2020

“The Changing Face of the Qui Tam,” 20th Annual Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Compliance Congress (Washington, DC), November 6-8, 2019

“Use and Rise of the FCA and Healthcare Fraud Enforcement,” American Health Law Association’s Milestones in AHLA and Health Law Program (audio recording), October 29, 2019

False Claims Act Enforcement Roundtable (Miami, FL), September 19, 2019

“The Life of a Complex Qui Tam Case in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania,” Presented to the Judges of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA), June 26, 2019

False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial Institute (New York, NY), June 19-21, 2019

“Health Care Fraud, Waste and Abuse Enforcement: American Style,”International Compliance and Healthcare Conference, Institute of Risk & Compliance (Paris, France), May 16-17, 2019

“False Claims Act 2019: Discussion with the Expert – Successful Strategies for False Claims Act and
Qui Tam Representations,” American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education (webcast), February
13, 2019

“What Will the Future Bring? New Theories, New Claims, New Cases,” American Conference
Institute’s 6th Advanced Forum on False Claims & Qui Tam Enforcement (New York, NY), January 28-29, 2019

“State Enforcement Actions: Where Are They Going in Today’s Enforcement Climate?” Health Care Compliance Association’s 4th Annual Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference (Washington, DC), November 6, 2018

False Claims Act Enforcement Roundtable (Miami, FL), September 27, 2018

“30 Years in the Trenches: A False Claims Act Litigator’s Unique Perspectives,” Kentucky Health Law Institute 2018 (Lexington, KY), September 13-14, 2018

“Negotiating False Claims Act Settlements and Mediation,” American Bar Association’s 28th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud (San Francisco, CA), May 2-4, 2018”

“The FCA in 2018: A Brave New World?” Philadelphia Bar Association’s Federal Courts
Committee (Philadelphia, PA), April 18, 2018

“What Will the Future Bring? New Theories, New Claims, New Cases,” American Conference Institute 5th Advanced Forum on False Claims and Qui Tam Litigation (New York, NY), January 29-30, 2018

“Crime, Punishment and the Representation of Those Accused,” Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office (Mt. Holly, NJ), December 5, 2017

“Your Company has been Served with a Civil Investigative Demand: Now What,” 3rd Annual Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute (Washington, D.C.), October 31, 2017

“Medical Necessity and the False Claims Act – Lions, and Tigers and Experts, Oh My!” AHLA Fraud and Compliance Forum (Baltimore, MD), October 5, 2017

“Ten Practice Tips for Relators- Doing Your Best to File a Winning Qui Tam Case,” Current Trends in False Claims Act/Qui Tam Whistleblower Litigation CLE (Charleston, SC), May 12, 2017

“False Claims Act Developments,” HCCA’s 21st Annual Compliance Institute (National Harbor, MD), March 26, 2017

“Best Practices for Dealing with the States in False Claims Act Cases,” Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute Webinar March 14, 2017

“Dealing with States in Complex Health Care Fraud Investigations,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 23rd Annual Health Law Institute (Philadelphia, PA), March 8, 2017

“Best Practices for Dealing with the States in False Claims Act Investigations, Litigation and Settlement,” Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute (Washington, D.C.), October 24, 2016

16th Annual Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund Conference (Washington, D.C.), September 14-16, 2016

“False Claims Act Pleading Issues,” False Claims Act/Qui Tam Whistleblowers Litigation Involving Health Care Providers CLE (Columbia, SC), May 6, 2016

“So You Want To Represent a Whistleblower: What Do You Need to Know to Succeed,” Pennsylvania Bar Institutes’ 22nd Annual Health Law Institute (Philadelphia, PA), March 15-16, 2016

“Litigating a False Claims Whistleblower Case,” American Law Institute CLE Telephone Seminar/Audio Webcast, February 3, 2016

“Best Practices to Facilitate Global Settlements,” 3rd Annual Advanced Forum on False Claims & Qui Tam Enforcement (New York, NY), January 21-22, 2016

“Managed Care Fraud Enforcement and Compliance,” Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute (Washington D.C.), October 25, 2015

False Claims Act, Seton Hall Law School’s Healthcare Compliance Certification Program (Newark, NJ), October 13, 2015

“Qui Tam Litigation, A Practitioner’s Symposium: Global Settlements and Relator Share/Attorney Fee Issues,” American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section and the White Collar Crime Southeast Region Subcommittee (Charlotte, NC), September 25, 2015

“Federal Sentencing Trends Ten Years After United States v. Booker and Sentencing Advocacy,” Federal Bench Bar Conference (Philadelphia, PA), June 19, 2015

25th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud, American Bar Association (Miami, FL), May 13-15, 2015

2015 Annual Meeting, NC Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers (Asheville, NC), March 21, 2015

“How Relator’s Counsel Validate and Investigate a Claim Before the Complaint is Filed,” American Conference Institute 2nd Annual False Claims and Qui Tam Enforcement (New York, NY), January 21, 2015

“Fraud, Kickbacks and the False Claims Act: A White Collar Practitioner’s Primer,” 2014 PACDL White Collar Seminar (New York, NY), November 13, 2014 …

MARC STEPHEN RASPANTI is a seasoned trial lawyer with 40 years of experience focusing on complex, high-stakes matters in Government Enforcement, Compliance, Internal Investigations, Federal and State White Collar Litigation; Federal and State Qui Tam Litigation; Criminal, Civil and Administrative Health Care Fraud Litigation; and Complex Commercial Litigation. Chambers USA has ranked Mr. Raspanti in Band 1 for his work in the area of Litigation: White Collar Crime & Government Investigations in Pennsylvania. Mr. Raspanti is also a long-standing Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is a former Assistant District Attorney at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office where he tried a wide range of criminal cases to verdict. Mr. Raspanti is a name partner and the founder of the firm’s national Qui Tam & False Claims Act practice group as well as the firm’s White Collar Criminal Defense practice group. He also serves as an expert witness and mediator in False Claims Act cases.

Over his illustrious career, Mr. Raspanti has represented numerous executives, corporations, physicians, health care providers, hospitals, pharmacists, surgeons, manufacturers, distributors, entrepreneurs, clergy, accountants, lawyers, politicians, and professionals in numerous federal, state and regulatory investigations throughout the country and abroad.

He has served as trial counsel in a number of complex, high-profile white collar criminal cases including:

  • In United States of America v. General Electric Company, one of the longest and most complex white collar criminal trials ever tried in Pennsylvania. Mr. Raspanti defended a former executive of the General Electric Company charged with criminal defense procurement fraud in a four-month jury trial, which involved thousands of documents and hundreds of witnesses.
  • Mr. Raspanti successfully obtained an acquittal, after a lengthy federal jury trial, of a dermatologist charged with 79 counts of health care fraud related to dermatology procedures.

Mr. Raspanti has been involved in the recovery of over $2.2 billion for state and federal taxpayers and has litigated numerous high profile Qui Tam cases including:

  • United States ex rel. Merena v. SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories resulting in a $334 million recovery
  • United States ex rel. Monahan v. St. Barnabas Health System resulting in a $265 million recovery
  • United States ex rel. Bradford Hunt & Walter Gauger v. Merck-Medco Managed Care, LLC resulting in a $185 million recovery
  • United States of America et al v. BlueWave Healthcare Consultants Inc. resulting in a $114 million recovery
  • United States ex rel. Mason, Folstad, and MEMA v. HMA, et. al. resulting in a $74.5 million recovery
  • United States ex rel. Miller & Metts v. HMA, et. al. resulting in a $55 million recovery
  • United States, et al. ex rel. Lutz, et al. v. Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc., et al. resulting in a $47 million recovery from Health Diagnostic Laboratory and a $1.5 million recovery from Singulex, Inc.
  • United States ex rel. Cho v. Surgery Partners Inc. resulting in a $41 million recovery
  • United States ex rel. Mason, Folstad, and MEMA v. EMCARE, et. al. resulting in a $30 million recovery
  • United States ex rel. Baker v. Physician Partners of Am LLC resulting in a $24.5 million recovery
  • United States ex rel. Lutz et al. v. Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings resulting in a $19 million recovery

Clients describe Mr. Raspanti in Chambers USA as being “excellent in his field” and “a good diligent lawyer.” Mr. Raspanti has been named “One of the best white collar criminal defense lawyers in Philadelphia” by Philadelphia Magazine; selected by his peers annually since 2004 as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer; selected as one of the “Top 100” in Pennsylvania by Super Lawyers; selected as one of the “Top 100” in Philadelphia by Super Lawyers; “Lawyer of the Year” for the Philadelphia Health Care sector for 2018 and 2024; and selected by his peers annually since 2006 as part of The Best Lawyers in America® in the areas of Qui Tam Law, Health Care Law, and Criminal Defense: White-Collar. He is an AV Preeminent® rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell. In 2016, Mr. Raspanti was the recipient of the Twenty Second Annual prestigious Cesare Beccaria Award by the Justinian Society of Philadelphia and the Criminal Justice Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association.

Mr. Raspanti is a member of Law360’s 2023 Health Care Editorial Advisory Board. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL), the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE), and serves on the Federal Bar Association’s Qui Tam Section. He is also a member of the Federal Criminal Law Committee for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Within the American Bar Association, he currently serves as the National Co-Chair of the Criminal Justice Section White Collar Sub-Committee on Qui Tam Litigation and has served on the Committee on Complex White Collar Criminal Litigation. Mr. Raspanti is also a longstanding member of The National Italian American Foundation (NIAF).

Mr. Raspanti was appointed by the governor as a Commissioner in 2007 to 2010 as the criminal defense representative to serve on the Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing. He was previously appointed to serve as a Commissioner on the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency. In 2003, under recommendation from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Mr. Raspanti was appointed to the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board for a term of six years which concluded on January 27, 2009. Prior to his appointment to the 16-person Disciplinary Board, he served for six years as a Philadelphia Disciplinary Hearing Committee Member as well as a Special Master.

Contact Marc Stephen Raspanti now

Speaking Engagements

“Litigation: From Seal Lift to Final Pretrial Conference — 9(B), Touhy, Claims, Experts, and More,” American Bar Association’s Civil False Claims 2024 Conference (webinar), June 5, 2024

“Private Equity and Health Care – A Paradox or Just Good Business,” American Bar Association’s 25th Annual Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference (New Orleans, LA), April 5, 2024

“False Claims Act Update,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Health Law Institute (Harrisburg, PA), March 13, 2024

“A Practitioner’s Guide to American Whistleblower Programs,” World Online Lawyers with Excellent Practice (WOLEP) (webinar), November 21, 2023

“The State of False Claims Litigation in South Carolina,” Federal Bar Association South Carolina Chapter Annual Meeting of the Chapter (Charleston, SC), November 9, 2023

“A Practitioner’s Guide to American Whistleblower Programs: Three Decades of a Growing Public-Private Partnership,” Mackrell International Roundtable (webinar), September 14, 2023

“When Trial is Your Best…or Only…Option!” Federal Criminal Law Committee for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA), June 1, 2023

“False Claims Act Today,” Federal Bar Association’s Qui Tam Section (webinar), May 17, 2023

“The New Italian Whistleblowing Legislation: A Practical Guide,” Gitti and Partners (webinar), February 8, 2023

“The Physician Payment Sunshine Act and the Future of Healthcare Transparency,” Health Care Compliance Association (webinar), November 15, 2022

“What’s in the Data? Data Analytics in Health Care False Claims Act Cases,” American Bar Association’s Annual Meeting (Chicago, IL), August 4, 2022

“Whistleblower statutes in the United States and the European Union – regulations, commonalities and differences, perspectives,” World Online Lawyers with Excellent Practice, WOLEP (webinar), July 13, 2022

“Aseracare Update: Insights into Objective Falsity in Litigation and Trials,” American Bar Association’s False Claims and Qui Tam Trial Institute 2022 (Miami, FL), April 25-27, 2022

“Whistleblower Counsel on the Enforcement Front Lines,” White Collar Perspectives Series (webinar), March 3, 2021

“Negotiating and Mediating False Claims Act Cases,” Health Care Compliance Association’s 6th Annual Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference (webinar), November 18, 2020

“How Not to Transform Your Employees into Whistleblowers – Even the Thinnest of Pancakes Has Two Sides” Federal Bar Association’s Qui Tam Section (webinar), July 14, 2020

“Multi-Relator Cases,” Federal Bar Association 2020 Qui Tam Conference (Washington, DC), February 27-28, 2020

“The Changing Face of the Qui Tam,” 20th Annual Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Compliance Congress (Washington, DC), November 6-8, 2019

“Use and Rise of the FCA and Healthcare Fraud Enforcement,” American Health Law Association’s Milestones in AHLA and Health Law Program (audio recording), October 29, 2019

False Claims Act Enforcement Roundtable (Miami, FL), September 19, 2019

“The Life of a Complex Qui Tam Case in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania,” Presented to the Judges of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA), June 26, 2019

False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial Institute (New York, NY), June 19-21, 2019

“Health Care Fraud, Waste and Abuse Enforcement: American Style,”International Compliance and Healthcare Conference, Institute of Risk & Compliance (Paris, France), May 16-17, 2019

“False Claims Act 2019: Discussion with the Expert – Successful Strategies for False Claims Act and
Qui Tam Representations,” American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education (webcast), February
13, 2019

“What Will the Future Bring? New Theories, New Claims, New Cases,” American Conference
Institute’s 6th Advanced Forum on False Claims & Qui Tam Enforcement (New York, NY), January 28-29, 2019

“State Enforcement Actions: Where Are They Going in Today’s Enforcement Climate?” Health Care Compliance Association’s 4th Annual Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference (Washington, DC), November 6, 2018

False Claims Act Enforcement Roundtable (Miami, FL), September 27, 2018

“30 Years in the Trenches: A False Claims Act Litigator’s Unique Perspectives,” Kentucky Health Law Institute 2018 (Lexington, KY), September 13-14, 2018

“Negotiating False Claims Act Settlements and Mediation,” American Bar Association’s 28th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud (San Francisco, CA), May 2-4, 2018”

“The FCA in 2018: A Brave New World?” Philadelphia Bar Association’s Federal Courts
Committee (Philadelphia, PA), April 18, 2018

“What Will the Future Bring? New Theories, New Claims, New Cases,” American Conference Institute 5th Advanced Forum on False Claims and Qui Tam Litigation (New York, NY), January 29-30, 2018

“Crime, Punishment and the Representation of Those Accused,” Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office (Mt. Holly, NJ), December 5, 2017

“Your Company has been Served with a Civil Investigative Demand: Now What,” 3rd Annual Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute (Washington, D.C.), October 31, 2017

“Medical Necessity and the False Claims Act – Lions, and Tigers and Experts, Oh My!” AHLA Fraud and Compliance Forum (Baltimore, MD), October 5, 2017

“Ten Practice Tips for Relators- Doing Your Best to File a Winning Qui Tam Case,” Current Trends in False Claims Act/Qui Tam Whistleblower Litigation CLE (Charleston, SC), May 12, 2017

“False Claims Act Developments,” HCCA’s 21st Annual Compliance Institute (National Harbor, MD), March 26, 2017

“Best Practices for Dealing with the States in False Claims Act Cases,” Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute Webinar March 14, 2017

“Dealing with States in Complex Health Care Fraud Investigations,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 23rd Annual Health Law Institute (Philadelphia, PA), March 8, 2017

“Best Practices for Dealing with the States in False Claims Act Investigations, Litigation and Settlement,” Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute (Washington, D.C.), October 24, 2016

16th Annual Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund Conference (Washington, D.C.), September 14-16, 2016

“False Claims Act Pleading Issues,” False Claims Act/Qui Tam Whistleblowers Litigation Involving Health Care Providers CLE (Columbia, SC), May 6, 2016

“So You Want To Represent a Whistleblower: What Do You Need to Know to Succeed,” Pennsylvania Bar Institutes’ 22nd Annual Health Law Institute (Philadelphia, PA), March 15-16, 2016

“Litigating a False Claims Whistleblower Case,” American Law Institute CLE Telephone Seminar/Audio Webcast, February 3, 2016

“Best Practices to Facilitate Global Settlements,” 3rd Annual Advanced Forum on False Claims & Qui Tam Enforcement (New York, NY), January 21-22, 2016

“Managed Care Fraud Enforcement and Compliance,” Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute (Washington D.C.), October 25, 2015

False Claims Act, Seton Hall Law School’s Healthcare Compliance Certification Program (Newark, NJ), October 13, 2015

“Qui Tam Litigation, A Practitioner’s Symposium: Global Settlements and Relator Share/Attorney Fee Issues,” American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section and the White Collar Crime Southeast Region Subcommittee (Charlotte, NC), September 25, 2015

“Federal Sentencing Trends Ten Years After United States v. Booker and Sentencing Advocacy,” Federal Bench Bar Conference (Philadelphia, PA), June 19, 2015

25th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud, American Bar Association (Miami, FL), May 13-15, 2015

2015 Annual Meeting, NC Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers (Asheville, NC), March 21, 2015

“How Relator’s Counsel Validate and Investigate a Claim Before the Complaint is Filed,” American Conference Institute 2nd Annual False Claims and Qui Tam Enforcement (New York, NY), January 21, 2015

“Fraud, Kickbacks and the False Claims Act: A White Collar Practitioner’s Primer,” 2014 PACDL White Collar Seminar (New York, NY), November 13, 2014 …

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