Squire Sanders lawyers Thomas E. Zeno and Kimberly J. Donovan co-authored the article “Rx for Fraud: The Feds Get Personal,” which was published in the Winter 2012 edition of Criminal Justice, a magazine of the American Bar Association. Tom and Kimberly discuss the federal government’s expanded tactics for combating healthcare fraud and forcing corporations to take compliance more seriously. They identify steps corporations can take to protect their executive and corporate clients from exclusion and emphasize the important role compliance programs play in addressing healthcare fraud problems. They also outline components of an effective and robust compliance program.
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