Representing Professionals in Healthcare Fraud Matters

Production Date: March 24, 2016 Practice Areas: Health Care Law Estimated Length: 5440 minutes


$ 89 Health Care Law In Stock

Join attorneys Evan Schwartz and Matthew Conroy as they journey through the complex labyrinth of federal and state law regulating fraud when representing healthcare professionals. They discuss the role of counsel in understanding healthcare fraud and how it is enforced by both federal and state authorities, and how it is used in criminal matters as well as in civil litigation by private parties. Mr. Schwartz and Mr. Conway provide tips and strategies for the practicing attorney in managing these issues.


Learning Objectives:

I.     Understand the federal and state regulatory schemes in the oversight of healthcare fraud

II.    Recognize the method and manner in which fraud occurs in the delivery of healthcare services

III.   Appreciate the challenges of the attorney in representing healthcare providers to prevent fraud or manage fraud when it presents itself

IV.   Obtain practical tips and strategies to protect healthcare providers in this complex area



B.A. S.
Falls Church, VA

I like having two "teachers"; they worked well together!

Willard M.
Portsmouth, VA

factual and useful course

David M.
Flower Mound, TX

Excellent content and very good delivery

richard l.
Covington, KY

Thank you:Very well presented.

Kimberly W.
Christine, TX

One of the best I've seen on your site. Would love to see more practical health law offerings.

Charles D. J.
Houston, TX

Topic was appropriate and most informative in the uncertain world of healtchcare coverage and management.

John T.
Chantilly, VA

great presentation!

Jon S.
Houston, TX

Very practical and surprisingly entertaining.

Richard S.
Manhattan, NY

great class

Dennis B.
Phoenix, AZ

solid instructors.

Corey E.
Renton, WA

Thank you!

Kenneth L.
Brookline, MA

Good course

Catherine D.
Rainier, OR

excellent discussion. I will seek out more courses featuring Mr. Conroy

Michael P.
Dallas, TX

Great CLE.

Cynthia G.
Corinth, TX

Very timely CLE for a current issue.

Walter R.
Houston, TX

Excellent presentation. The wealth of knowledge and insight of the presenters is wonderful. Provide cross-over food for thought involving business entities in any regulated area of practice/endeavor.

Rebecca C.
Arlington, TX

Very interesting even though it's not something I've ever practiced!

Thomas S.
Fairfax, VA

Really fascinating topic

Afsaneh Lynne K.
Arlington, VA

Matthew Conroy was very knowledgeable.

Kelly D.
Boca Raton, FL

Very informative !

Mary Ann S.
Victor, NY

Very clear and useful seminar.

Robert N.
Alexandria, VA


Barbara L.
Norfolk, VA

Excellent!!! Thank you.

Colleen K.
Arlington, VA

Excellent topic

Rosland M.
Golden, CO

Interesting program.

David B.
Lawrence, NY

conroy was best speaker of all programs that i have watched. very impressive, articulate and a pleasure to listen to

Wayne R.
Houston, TX

very good presentation.

carol b.
Houston, TX

This presentation was the BEST course I have taken on Lawline. The speakers are obviously experienced and know the subject matter. They made the course interesting. I cannot give them enough praise.

Ellen C.
Rockaway Park, NY


John M.
Jensen Beach, FL

Excellent presenters

William T.
Dalklas, TX

Conroy & Schwartz were excellent.

Sebastian G.
Charlottesville, VA


Tonda C.
Tyler, TX


Susan T.
New Braunfels, TX

Fits with my practice; thanks!

Richard L.
New York, NY

made valid distinction between private insurers and Medicare/Medicaid

Justin A.
Arlington, VA

Great course.

Springfield, VA

stellar presentation and yet another extremely timely topic

Adria B.
Gainesville, VA

Excellent and informative

Rhonda G. W.
Washington, DC

Thank you for this superb program -- thorough and clear.

susan g.
Bethesda, MD

very interesting

Melissa S.
Holly Springs, NC

This was an excellent presentation! Very professional and engaging.