It's a normal day at your client's medical practice/clinic when:
In each scenario, what do you do? Specifically, how do you address the numerous questions that arise, such as:
Join Noelle C. Letteri of The Silva Law Firm as she explores each of these scenarios and provides attorneys answers and practice tips that will help clients navigate these complicated and lengthy investigations.
I. Identify the possible government investigation facing your client
II. Determine the venue, jurisdiction, and initial attorney response for each scenario
III. Make contact with the appropriate agency or governing body
VI. Gather the documentary evidence for each scenario
V. Proactive preemptory compliance practices to mitigate potential liability
Noelle Letteri has over 15 years of health care, regulatory, administrative, and civil litigation experience. Prior to joining The Silva Law Firm, Noelle was an associate with the Houston based firm Berg and Androphy where she had a nationwide practice of representing whistleblowers in qui tam actions primarily focused on health law issues.
Noelle initially gained her qui tam experience as an Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Medicaid Fraud Division. During her tenure representing the State of Texas she participated in nationwide qui tam investigations working in conjunction with the United States Attorney Generals and attorneys from the Department of Justice. She interviewed the whistleblowers, issued Civil Investigative Demands, conducted Examinations Under Oath, participated in several large settlement negotiation and drafted corresponding settlement agreements.
Noelle first gained her experience in health care law as lead attorney for the Texas State Veterans Nursing Homes owned by the Texas Veterans' Land Board. Noelle also represented the State of Texas as a Staff Attorney for the General Land Office working on oil and gas matters, open records requests and compliance, open meetings compliance, and representing the agency during several legislative sessions.
Well done treatment of a boring area
Very thorough and thoughtful presentation.
clear presentation with substantial amount of very practical advice for health care professionals and their lawyers
The instructor was very good and informative, it's just not my area of law. :)
great information on matters that are important to attorneys that should pass clients to competent firms in diff area of interest.
Really, really informative and focused. Thank you.
Very knowledgable speaker.
Excellent CLE class.
Somewhat general in nature.
Very interesting and gave useful, detailed information,
Excellent. Obviously competent. Nicely modulated voice.
It was far more interesting that I was expecting - very helpful knowledge and client interaction advice. Good ethics discussions.
Very helpful since I am also an RN
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