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Yates Memo Softened

Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein announced a revision of the “Yates Memo” concerning credit a company will receive for cooperating with an investigation.   Instead of an “all or nothing” approach, the new policy permits a company to “identify all individuals substantially involved in or responsible for the misconduct at issue.” More about this change … Continue Reading

Doctors Personally Paying More False Claims Settlements

Doctors are personally paying more settlements under the False Claims Act. In that regard, the Yates memorandum appears to be having its intended effect. The 2015 memo required investigators to focus more on individual liability when resolving fraud investigations. That year only 6 settlements forced doctors to pay when settling complaints filed under the False Claims … Continue Reading
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