John T. Floyd
In-House, Corporate Counsel Face Impending Conflicts in Criminal Investigations
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In-House, Corporate Counsel Face Impending Conflicts in Criminal Investigations

In a major speech at New York City University this past September, Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates announced that the U.S. Justice Department had issued new policy guideline that would re-focus federal corporate criminal investigations towards holding individuals responsible…

Prosecutors Freeze Assets in Medicare Fraud Case, Prevent Payment of Legal Fees and Create Constitutional Dilemma
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Prosecutors Freeze Assets in Medicare Fraud Case, Prevent Payment of Legal Fees and Create Constitutional Dilemma

The constitutionally guaranteed rights of a criminal defendant sometimes conflict with the interpretation of a criminal statute. When these situations arise, a case generally works its way to the U.S. Supreme Court to resolve the issue. That’s what has happened…

Use of Whistleblowers, Corporate Snitches, on the Rise, Says Department of Justice
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Use of Whistleblowers, Corporate Snitches, on the Rise, Says Department of Justice

The Department of Justice and Securities Exchange Commission, along with other federal regulatory agencies, are following the lead of traditional law enforcement agencies like FBI and DEA in the use of paid informants, also known as “whistle blowers.”
 
Whistleblowers…

Federal Task Force Focuses on Heath Care Providers, Doctors in Medicare Fraud Investigations
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Federal Task Force Focuses on Heath Care Providers, Doctors in Medicare Fraud Investigations

After she announced the largest “nationwide sweep” of individuals charged with allegations of Medicare fraud, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced “…the Department of Justice will continue our focus on preventing wrongdoing and prosecuting those whose criminal activity drives up…


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