Distance Learning

Tales from the Trenches – perspectives from the DOJ, Outside Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer on the role of the Compliance Program in a Government Investigation - On Demand Recording

Recorded On: 10/09/2018

Time: 90 minutes
Session Format: On Demand Recording
CLE Credit Available:  No

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  • How compliance programs can help identify, manage and thwart fraud, waste and abuse – and enhance integrity and compliance – to reduce the risk of a government investigation in healthcare settings 
    • Common compliance program gaps that exacerbate risk – and how to fill them 
    • What particular features score “brownie points” that are likely to reduce sanctions and the risk of a CIA in the event of an investigation 
  • How to optimize collaboration among in-house counsel, outside counsel and compliance professionals when allegations arise 
  • Whether it matters when and where the allegation arise (internally through the compliance escalation pathways, qui tam relators, other means) 
  • Insiders’ perspectives on how government investigators and lawyers view disclosures to and responses from compliance personnel 
    • What factors are likely to trigger a negative reaction from the government (i.e., having the general counsel serve as chief compliance officer) 
    • Who is ‘in charge’ and who does the government want to hear from – and when? 
  • Real world examples and situations to strengthen compliance programs

Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

  • AHLA Member: $99
  • Non-AHLA Member: $149

Content Lead:

  • Fraud and Abuse Practice Group

​Leah Guidry (Moderator)

Managing Director

Huron Consulting Group
Washington, DC

Laura Martin


Katten Law

Laurie Oberembt

Trial Attorney

Department of Justice