Preventing Whistleblower Actions: Customizing an Effective Qui Tam Avoidance Program

May 22, 2013
12:00 - 1:00pm EST
Government enforcement actions are disruptive and expensive. Recent developments in civil False Claims Act cases, most of which are now started by complaints filed by qui tam whistleblowers, add significantly to the risk areas impacting the health care industry. Now more than ever, whether you are a compliance officer, a human resources executive, or part of a general counsel team, you need to be hyper-focused on preventing (and/or minimizing) such actions. Establishing an effective qui tam avoidance program can help you do just that.
  • Why Health Care Companies Should Develop Qui Tam Avoidance Programs
  • Whistleblowers' Role in Civil and Criminal Health Care Enforcement
  • Who Are the Whistleblowers and What Are Their Concerns – A View From a Former Prosecutor
  • How the Identity of Relators Affects the Development of Qui Tam Avoidance Programs
  • What Qui Tam Avoidance Programs Should Include


Mintz Levin is an approved CLE provider. This program is accredited in the following states: New York (1.5 credits in the area of professional practice) and California (1.5 general credits).

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