False Claims Act Updates: Impact of SuperValu and More (On-Demand Webinar)

Date: 08/01/23

On demand transcript is available.

Overview: This webinar explores the current status of False Claims Act jurisprudence, including the impact of the Supreme Court's SuperValu ruling. Our experts discuss recent developments, pending cases, and the practical implications of these developments on the health care industry. The panel includes perspectives from legal experts who represent both health care providers and relators. 

Learning Objectives:

  • The audience will learn about the projected impact of the Supreme Court's holding in US ex rel. Schutte v. SuperValu, Inc.
  • The audience will learn about other hot topics and pending matters under the False Claims Act.
  • The audience will learn about materiality, public disclosure and scienter developments.

Speaker Information:

Brian Roark, Member, Bass Berry & Sims

Gregg Shapiro, PrincipalGregg Shapiro Law

Erin Snyder, General Counsel – Southeast, Advocate HealthAtrium Health


Kristin Carter, Senior CounselJohns Hopkins Health System


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