DOJ Shows No Sign of Slowing Down Prosecution of Individuals Connected to FCA Cases

The Dorsey Health Law blog team keeps readers up-to-date on relevant topics in the health care industry. In order to do so, the members of the blog team communicate regularly with other practice groups within the firm for applicable updates from client publications. For this post, we would like to thank Dorsey’s Katherine Chaves for the following post on the FCA Now blog:

Following a record year for False Claims Act (“FCA”) settlements and judgments in 2021, the Department of Justice (”DOJ”) continues to aggressively pursue the prosecution of not only corporations, but also the individuals connected to corporate criminal cases.

Within the first quarter of 2022, the DOJ has already announced numerous False Claims Act violations involving corporate defendants, including a $260 million settlement with pharmaceutical company Mallinckrod, a $48.5 million settlement with TriMark USA, LLC, and a $20 million settlement with BayCare Health System Inc. A notable theme emerging from the DOJ’s stream of FCA prosecution press releases, however, is its focus on holding individual defendants accountable for crimes committed in connection with their corporate activity.

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