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Trump DOJ Likely to Keep Heat on Individuals for Health-Care Fraud

Publisher: Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Daily Report
January 27, 2017

Eric Fader was quoted in an article, "Trump DOJ Likely to Keep Heat on Individuals for Health-Care Fraud," in Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Daily Report. The article examines whether the U.S. Department of Justice under the Trump administration will continue its policy of holding individuals responsible for corporate healthcare fraud, as recommended by the so-called Yates memo. Although much is unclear about the Trump administration's priorities, the DOJ's policy on individual accountability likely will remain unchanged, Fader told Bloomberg BNA. "The issue of whether to hold individuals accountable for corporate wrongdoing hasn't been a partisan issue thus far, and Attorney General nominee Sessions [Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala.] is a former prosecutor who has historically been tough on white-collar crime," Fader said.


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