Susan Huntington was quoted in an article, "Attys React To High Court's FCA Liability Ruling," in Law360. Huntington commented on the significance of the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling Thursday in Universal Health Services v. Escobar that corporations can face False Claims Act liability if they bill the government while out of compliance with regulations that aren't explicit conditions of payment. "The decision by the Supreme Court in Universal Health means that federal contractors, including any health-care provider participating in a federal health benefit program like Medicare or Medicaid, needs to pay attention to regulatory representations and warranties. These contract provisions cannot be dismissed as 'boilerplate.' Legal and compliance due diligence is critical to avoid the expanded risk of liability under the FCA created by the decision," said Huntington.
The arrival of new Miami Healthcare Partner Magda Rodriguez was featured in CityBiz article, "Magda Rodriguez Joins Day Pitney as a Healthcare Partner in the Firm's Healthcare Life Sciences and Technology Practice."
The arrival of new Miami Healthcare Partner Magda Rodriguez was featured in the Daily Business Review article, "Day Pitney Expands Health Care Practice in Miami as it Prepares to Focus on Palm Beach Growth."