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Tenth Circuit endorses rigorous materiality standard in dismissal of FCA suit

Tenth Circuit recently emphasized that the liability imposed under the False Claims Act (FCA) is predicated on a rigorous materiality requirement. Upholding dismissal of a qui tam...

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SDNY Criminal Division Deputy Chief Joins Hogan Lovells as Partner New York Law Journal

Kristy Greenberg, who will be a member of the firm's financial industry and insurance sector, said she was drawn to Hogan Lovells' "unparalleled" international capabilities.


Salvaging and safeguarding privilege: lessons from the ENRC litigation
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The ENRC litigation has brought privilege to the fore like few other cases in recent years. From the groundbreaking Court of Appeal decision in 2018, to disclosure battles in 2020 over...


New circuit split on evidence needed to prove a kickback renders a claim false or fraudulent

The Eighth Circuit released an opinion Tuesday in U.S. ex rel. Cairns v. D.S. Medical LLC that creates a new circuit split on the interpretation of the causation standard for establishing...

Hogan Lovells Podcasts

Podcast: Talking the cure

Our team is always thinking about how to conquer and foresee the most significant industry issues facing our clients. Over the next year, we will touch on cutting-edge topics such as...


Spotlight on Greater China: internal investigations and enforcement trends in the life sciences sector
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As part of a new Asia-Pacific (APAC) Life Sciences and Health Care webinar program designed both for companies with commercial interests in APAC and also for companies based in the region,...


Enacted new regulation on Brazilian Clean Company Act

On 12 July 2022, Brazilian Federal Government enacted Decree No. 11,129/2022, a new regulation on Law No. 12,846/2013 (the "Brazilian Clean Company Act"), which will revoke Decree ...


New UN guidance on how businesses should ensure respect for human rights in conflict-affected areas

The risk of businesses becoming involved with, and potentially complicit in, grave human rights abuses is naturally higher in the context of armed conflicts and other situations of...


Corporate crime reform in the UK: Unambitious? Too ambitious? Or, just plain unrealistic?

The Law Commission, on 10 June 2022, published its long-awaited Options Paper on Corporate Criminal Liability, which detailed possible options for the reform of corporate criminal liability ...

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