Ropes & Gray Attorneys to Speak at Conference on Health Care Fraud Litigation

Practices: Litigation, False Claims Act, Health Care

Ropes & Gray litigation partner Kirsten Mayer and health care counsel Deborah Gardner were featured speakers at the Suffolk Law University conference, “Emerging Trends in Health Care Fraud Litigation,” on Thursday, November 7. The program was co-sponsored with the Health Law Section of the Boston Bar Association and the Social Law Library. The panelists discussed recent developments in health care fraud litigation and the changing compliance environment brought about by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. 

Kirsten participated in the program’s first panel, which focused on litigation beginning with developments in False Claims Act practice, and featured a leading whistleblowers attorney and the Chief of Affirmative Litigation from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts. Deborah participated on the second panel, which addressed compliance in the wake of the Affordable Care Act and featured hospital general counsel and outside counsel as well as a chief compliance officer from an area academic medical center.

Ropes & Gray, a 1,110-lawyer firm with offices around the world, has been recognized for its leading practices in both health care and government enforcement. The firm’s attorneys are uniquely positioned to advise clients on regulatory issues brought about by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

 



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