Corporate Health Care Fraud Prosecutions in the Trump Administration: It Ain’t Over Til It’s Over

September 26, 2018  |  The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

As we near the two-year point since the election of Donald J. Trump to the White House, the topic of white collar crime continues to dominate the public conversation – but the conversation in fact consists of two distinctly separate streams of dialogue. The first, and plainly more prominent, relates to the conduct of the Trump administration itself. The Special Counsel investigation regarding Russian intervention in the 2016 election, the prosecution of Michael Cohen for violating campaign finance laws, Paul Manafort’s decision to cooperate with the Special Counsel following his trial conviction on counts of bank fraud and tax fraud, and the investigation of President Trump for a host of potential crimes – all of these matters have rightfully earned headlines and generated tremendous public attention. But a second stream of dialogue, while less present in the mainstream media, is nonetheless of significant importance as well. Indeed, it is this second topic – namely, how aggressively the Trump Administration’s Department of Justice will pursue investigations into white collar crime in general, and health care fraud in particular – that is understandably a subject of much import to the corporations and individuals whose conduct may be the focus of government scrutiny. [...]

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