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New NYLJ Article: "Health Care Reform Law's Anti-Fraud Provisions"

Section Member Frank Serbaroli, with the New York office of Greenberg Traurig, writes a regular "Expert Analysis" column for the New York Law Journal. The latest article, "Health Care Reform Law's Anti-Fraud Provisions" appears in the May 25, 2010 edition:

The massive health care reform bill known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)1 has been signed into law. It creates so many new legal and regulatory requirements that we could devote every column for the next several years to some aspect of the law and still not cover everything. So let us start with a summary of some of the fraud and abuse provisions, and in future columns we will cover other parts of the law that are of particular interest to readers.

Link to the reprint posted on the Greenberg Traurig's website.

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