Government and Internal Investigations News

Listening is Key in Internal Investigations

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Recent Speech Provides Insight Into Department of Justice False Claims Act Enforcement Priorities

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Chatting with Judge Sannes

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Medicare Advantage Programs Face Increasing Government Scrutiny

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Brian M. Feldman Recognized as 2018 New York Law Journal Rising Star

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Harter Secrest & Emery Appoints Ten Senior Associates

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Internal Ethics Investigations for HR Professionals

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Hot Topics Facing Higher Education

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‘False Claims Act Today’ CLE attracts heavy hitters in law

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John M. Jennings Promoted to Counsel at Harter Secrest & Emery

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SEC Takes a Hard Line on Confidentiality and Severance Agreements

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Strategic Use of Rule 502(d) in Civil and Criminal Proceedings

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U.S. Department of Education Reinterprets Incentive Compensation Ban

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SEC Launches Attack on Employer Confidentiality Agreements

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The SEC’s FCPA “Wake-Up Call” to Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

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Government Accuses Hospitals of Fraud for Delays in Refunding Medicaid Overpayments

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Are You Doing Enough? How to Ensure Your Internal Investigation Remains Privileged

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New York Court Requires D&O Carrier to Cover Organization’s Cost of Subpoena Compliance

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Campaign Contributions and the Basics of Campaign Finance Law

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Colleges and Universities Pay $10.25 Million for Job Placement Misrepresentations

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Harter Secrest & Emery Creates Practice Group to Focus on Government and Internal Investigations

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Office of Inspector General Updates and Clarifies its Self-Disclosure Protocols

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Navigating Federal Anti-Fraud Subpoenas

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