Podcast series: False Claims Act 2018 and the road ahead

The pace of False Claims Act (FCA) litigation remained furious over the past year. Companies (and individuals) in all sectors of the economy continue to face the ever-present threat of FCA enforcement whenever they do business with the government, participate in government programs, or engage the government on tariffs and trade duties. Understanding how recent decisions and trends could affect your business is critical.

Our five-part podcast series provides deeper analysis of several core sections of False Claims Act: 2018 and the road ahead, examining the cases and issues shaping FCA enforcement now – and in the years to come.

The continued power of Escobar

In this episode, we'll visit with Hogan Lovells partner Gejaa Gobena and senior associate Sarah Marberg, from our Washington, D.C., office, as they discuss the continued power of Escobar in FCA matters.

One year in: The Brand and Granston memos

In this episode, we’ll visit with Hogan Lovells partner Gejaa Gobena, from our Washington, D.C., office, and senior associate Emily Lyons, from our Denver office, as they discuss the Brand and Granston memos at the one year mark and the effect they are having on FCA matters.

New scrutiny of “false” medical judgments

In this episode, we’ll visit with Hogan Lovells partner Jonathan Diesenhaus, from our Washington, D.C., office, and counsel Julia McLetchie, from our Boston office, as they discuss the new scrutiny around alleged “false” medical judgments and the effect recent appellate decisions are having on the FCA landscape.


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