DOJ Expands FCPA-Violation Self-Disclosure Incentive to the Health Care Industry

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Gregory A. Brower, a Shareholder with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP in Las Vegas, NV and Washington, DC, with Erin M. Eiselein, a Shareholder in the firm’s Denver, CO office.

It has been a busy few months for the Fraud Section of the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) as the section continues its road show to educate the health care community on its recent Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) guidance. As has been widely reported, DOJ announced a new policy (which took effect immediately) of applying its FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy to health care companies. DOJ has focused considerable enforcement resources lately on health care companies’ alleged payment of bribes to foreign officials. Continue reading “DOJ Expands FCPA-Violation Self-Disclosure Incentive to the Health Care Industry”