Healthcare Enforcement Priorities and Investigations
5:30 PM GMT
Distinguished attorneys will lead an interactive presentation on current government enforcement and investigative activity impacting the healthcare industry including best practices for responding to government investigations.
*Heather K. McShain: Deputy Chief & Healthcare Fraud Unit Supervisor – Criminal Division, U. S. Attorney’s Office, NDIL
*Mary Clare Bonaccorsi: Polsinelli, Chicago Office Managing Partner & Healthcare Litigation Practice Chair
*David Pivnick: McGuire Woods, Partner Healthcare Litigation
*Felicia Manno: Greenberg Traurig, Shareholder, & Former Deputy Chief AUSA & Criminal Healthcare Fraud Coordinator NDIL
Host: Bo Martin, PwC Healthcare Forensic Services
When: 5:30–6:15 p.m. (discussion) / 6:15 – 7:00 p.m. (reception)
Where: PwC Chicago Office, One North Wacker, 7th floor
Please RSVP to Na Tasha Lowe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-298-3168.
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