False Claims Act: Implied Certification Theory
Kirsten Mayer, Ropes & Gray litigation & enforcement partner, examines the implied certification theory of liability under the False Claims Act.
Trending Similar Videos
Impact of environmental, social and governance agenda on tax
Andrew Howard, Ropes & Gray tax partner, addresses tax coming out of the shadows and becoming part of an environmental, social and governance (ESG) agenda.
SEC activity with fixed income and credit funds
Dan O’Connor, co-leader of Ropes & Gray’s securities & futures enforcement practice, addresses the recent uptick in how the SEC is approaching issues at fixed income and credit funds.
Anti-corruption & international risk developments
Alex Rene, co-chair of Ropes & Gray’s anti-corruption / international risk practice and managing partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, discusses recent FCPA enforcement activity as well as international risks facing companies.
Donations to patient assistance charities
Laura Hoey, Ropes & Gray litigation & enforcement partner, examines the increased enforcement of donations from drug manufacturers to patient assistance charities.
Enforcement of electronic health records
Joshua Levy, co-chair of Ropes & Gray’s litigation & enforcement practice, addresses an emerging trend in the electronic health records space, where a number of companies are being investigated under the False Claims Act.
New anti-abuse provisions
Kat Saunders Gregor, Ropes & Gray tax partner and co-founder of the tax controversy group, examines the influx of new anti-abuse provisions around the world.