On July 30, 2020 at 1 pm ET, Whistleblower Law Collaborative will co-host a webinar in conjunction with the American Bar Association, Charles River Associates and Ropes & Gray focused on Covid Fraud and Risk. The webinar is titled DOJ Enforcement in the COVID-19 Crisis: What to Expect and How to Mitigate Risk.
The Department of Justice and the FBI are dealing with demanding new enforcement issues in addition to long-standing pre-COVID priorities. Companies need to know what to expect and what they can do now to mitigate their risk and ensure compliance. The panel discussion with DOJ, the FBI and Bob Thomas a leading whistleblower’s attorney will address this new enforcement landscape, including the government’s COVID-19 response, key priorities, and the False Claims Act. We will discuss what DOJ expects from companies and what companies can do now to respond.
Kirsten Mayer, Partner, Ropes & Gray
Daniel Fruchter, Assistant U.S. Attorney and Healthcare Fraud Coordinator, U.S. Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Washington
Sara McLean, Assistant Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, U.S. Department of Justice
Patricia Peláez, Principal, Charles River Associates
Jeffrey Sallet, Executive Assistant Director, Human Resources Branch, FBI
Gregg Shapiro, Chief, Affirmative Civil Enforcement Unit, U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts
Robert Thomas, Jr., Managing Member, Whistleblower Law Collaborative
To register, visit: https://info.crai.com/63/947/landing-pages/ropes-zoom-rsvp.asp