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New NYLJ Article: "When to Get Counsel Involved in Audits, Investigations and Self-Disclosures"

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, "When to Get Counsel Involved in Audits, Investigations and Self-Disclosures," appears in the March 22, 2011 edition of the Journal:

We are frequently asked whether and when a provider should engage counsel when the provider is contacted by a government agency or contractor with questions about is Medicare or Medicaid billings, its cost report, or its business practices. The answer is: It depends upon the subject matter and scope of the audit or inquiry, and which agency has contacted the provider.

For the full article, link to the reprint posted on Greenberg Traurig's website.

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