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									                  The American Bar Association
                  Criminal Justice Section, Health Law Section,
                  and the Center for Continuing Legal Education
                  and the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units
                  in cooperation with the
                  Louisiana State Bar Association Health Law Section

                  The 17th Annual National Institute on

                  Health Care
May 16-18, 2007

                  InterContinental Hotel
                  New Orleans, LA

                  18.25 hours of MCLE credit, including 1.00 hour of Ethics in 60-minute states
                  and 21.90 hours of MCLE credit, including 1.20 hours of Ethics in 50-minute states
                  have been requested.
 Program Description

Health Care Fraud 2007 is the 17th Annual National Institute providing a rewarding educational
experience for health care attorneys, regulators, prosecutors, criminal defense attorneys and qui tam
relators’ counsel.
This National Institute draws panelists, facilitators and participants from each of these significant
interest groups and it offers unique opportunities to meet and share experiences and concerns in a non-
adversarial setting.
The National Institute Planning Committee, in cooperation with the Health Law Section of the Louisiana
State Bar Association, is committed to creating a program that advances education, communication,
professionalism and discussion of current legal and ethical issues that arise in the health care fraud
practice. These issues are addressed in panel discussions and small workshop formats designed to
maximize audience participation.

 Planning Committee
Chair: Gabriel L. Imperato, Broad and Cassel, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Jonathan Diesenhaus, Hogan & Hartson LLP, Washington DC
Russell Hayman, McDermott, Will & Emery LLP, Los Angeles, CA
Patricia Meador, Kennedy, Covington, Lobdell & Hickman LLP, Research Triangle Park, NC
Steven Ortquist, Meade & Roach LLP, Chicago, IL
Kathleen E. Voelker, Washington, DC
Barbara Zelner, National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units, Washington, DC

 Program Faculty
Manuel A. Abascal         Sara Bloom                  Arriane Callender           Frederick A. Duhy, Jr.
Latham & Watkins LLP      Asst. U.S. Attorney         Senior Counsel              Director, Medicaid Fraud
Los Angeles, CA           District of Massachusetts   Office of Inspector         Control Unit
                          Boston, MA                  General                     Attorney General’s Office
Daniel R. Anderson                                    Dept. of Health and         Baton Rouge, LA
Assistant Director        John T. Boese               Human Services
Commercial Litigation     Fried, Frank, Harris,       Washington, DC              Alison M. Duncan
Branch, Civil Division    Shriver & Jacobson, LLP                                 Porter Wright Morris
U.S. Department           Washington, DC              Paul R. Cirel               & Arthur LLP
of Justice                                            Dwyer & Collora, LLP        Washington, DC
Washington, DC            Bernadette Broccolo         Boston, MA
                          McDermott Will &                                        Alice S. Fisher
James Asperger            Emery LLP                   Kevin Cornish               Asst. Attorney General
O’Melveny & Myers, LLP    Chicago, IL                 Navigant Consulting         Criminal Division
Los Angeles, CA                                       Phoenix, AZ                 U.S. Department
                          Pamela H. Bucy                                          of Justice
Carol J. Bennett          Frank Bainbridge            Joan P. Dailey              Washington, DC
Deputy Associate          Professor of Law            Office of General Counsel
General Counsel           University of Alabama       Health and Human            Laurence J. Freedman
Office of the General     School of Law               Services                    Patton Boggs LLP
Counsel                   Tuscaloosa, AL              Washington, DC              Washington, DC
Dept. of Health and
Human Services            Daniel Butcher              *Jonathan Diesenhaus        Roger S. Goldman
Washington, DC            Asst. U.S. Attorney         Hogan & Hartson LLP         Latham & Watkins LLP
                          Southern District           Washington, DC              Washington, DC
Cassandra Bethel          of California
Chief, Patient            U.S. Attorney’s Office      Anthony M. DiLeo            Michael Granston
Protection Unit           San Diego, CA               Anthony M. DiLeo, PC        Asst. Director
New York Medicaid                                     New Orleans, LA             Commercial
Fraud Control Unit                                                                Litigation Branch
Office of Attorney                                                                Civil Division
General                                                                           U.S. Deptartment of
New York, NY                                                                      Justice
                                                                                  Washington, DC
 Program Faculty (cont.)

John Guthrie                 Patrick E. Lupinetti         J. Kirk Ogrosky              Michael C. Theis
Director, Medicaid           Director, Special            Deputy Chief                 Hogan & Hartson LLP
Fraud Control Unit           Projects                     Health Care Fraud            Denver, CO
Office of Attorney General   New York Medicaid            Fraud Section
Columbus, OH                 Fraud Control Unit           Criminal Division            Tanya S. Treadway
                             Office of Attorney General   U.S. Department of           Asst. U.S. Attorney
Melissa Hart                 Pearl River, NY              Justice                      U.S. Attorney’s Office
Deputy Chief, ACRB                                        Washington, DC               Kansas City, KS
Health and Human             Dayna Matthews
Services                     Asst. Professor of Law       J.A. (Tony) Patterson, Jr.   Stacy Greber Ward
Office of Counsel to the     University of Colorado       Fulbright & Jaworski LLP     Asst. U.S. Attorney
Inspector General            School of Law                Dallas, TX                   U.S. Attorney’s Office
Washington, DC               Boulder, CO                                               Milwaukee, WI
                                                          Glen R. Petersen
*Russell Hayman              Vicki McCormick              Hymel Davis &                Linda A. Wawzenski
McDermott Will &             Chief Compliance Officer     Petersen, LLC                Asst. U.S. Attorney
Emery LLP                    St. Jude Medical, Inc.       Baton Rouge, LA              U.S. Attorney’s Office
Los Angeles, CA              St. Paul, MN                                              Chicago, IL
                                                          Ioana Petrou
David Hoffman                Kathleen McDermott           Asst. U.S. Attorney          Paul S. Weidenfeld
David Hoffman and            Blank Rome LLP               U.S. Attorney’s Office       Health Care Fraud
Associates, PC               Washington, DC               San Francisco, CA            Coordinator
Philadelphia, PA                                                                       Executive Office
                             Joan McPhee                  Arjun Rajaratnum             of U.S. Attorneys
S. Craig Holden              Ropes & Gray, LLP            Vice President               Office of Legal Program
Ober, Kaler, Grimes          Boston, MA                   Compliance Officer           and Policy
& Shriver, PC                                             GlaxoSmithKline              Washington, DC
Baltimore, MD                *Patricia T. Meador          Philadelphia, PA
                             Kennedy Covington                                         Kathy B. Weinman
*Gabriel Imperato            Lobdell & Hickman LLP        Jerry P. Roscoe              Dwyer & Collora, LLP
Broad and Cassel             Research Triangle Park, NC   JAMS, The Resolution         Boston, MA
Fort Lauderdale, FL                                       Experts
                             Frederick M. Morgan, Jr.     Washington, DC               Richard Williams
William H. Jordan            Volkema Thomas LPA                                        President
Alston & Bird LLP            Cincinnati, OH               Benjamin S. Schecter         National Association
Atlanta, GA                                               Asst. U.S. Attorney          of Medicaid Fraud
                             Gregory J. Naclerio          U.S. Attorney’s Office       Control Units
Charles G. LaBella           Ruskin, Moscou,              Louisville, KY               Director
LaBella & McNamara, LLP      Faltischek, PC                                            Missouri MFCU,
San Diego, CA                Uniondale, NY                Howard M. Shapiro            Office of the
                                                          Wilmer Cutler Pickering      Attorney General
Katherine A. Lauer           Ronald J. Nessim             Hale and Dorr LLP            Jefferson City, MO
Latham & Watkins LLP         Bird Marella PC              Washington, DC
San Diego, CA                Los Angeles, CA                                           Rita Wurm
                                                          Erik Skramstad               Insurance Specialist
Spencer Levine               Robert Nicholson             PricewaterhouseCoopers       Centers for Medicare
Senior Vice President &      Asst. U.S. Attorney          Boston, MA                   and Medicaid Services
Chief Administrative         U.S. Attorney’s Office                                    Baltimore, MD
Compliance and               Ft. Lauderdale, FL           Heidi A. Sorensen
Ethics Officer                                            Branch Chief, ACRB           Debra Wong Yang
North Broward Hospital       Laurie A. Oberembt           Health and Human             Gibson Dunn & Crutcher
District Headquarters        Trial Attorney               Services                     Los Angeles, CA
Fort Lauderdale, FL          Civil Fraud Division         Office of Counsel to
                             U.S. Department of           the Inspector General        Howard J. Young
Bruce A. Levy                Justice                      Washington, DC               Sonnenschein Nath &
Director                     Washington, DC                                            Rosenthal LLP
Gibbons, PC                                               Patrice Harris Sullivan      Washington, DC
Newark, NJ                                                Asst. U.S. Attorney
                                                          U.S. Attorney’s Office       Heather M. Zimmerman
                                                          New Orleans, LA              Reed Smith LLP
                                                                                       Falls Church, VA

*Planning Committee
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  Program Agenda

  Day One I Wednesday I May 16, 2007                        Day Two I Thursday I May 17, 2007
12:00pm Registration                                      8:00am    Registration
 2:30pm Louisiana Health Care Fraud Laws                  8:15am    Welcoming Remarks
         and Recent Developments                                    Gabriel L. Imperato
         An understanding of Louisiana’s fraud and                  Planning Committee Chair
         abuse laws is critical for any white collar or
         health law attorney representing health          8:30am    Criminal and Civil Enforcement:
         care clients doing business in Louisiana.                  Quality of Care, Medical Necessity
         This panel will discuss Louisiana’s anti-                  and Reasonableness of Health Care
         kickback and anti-self-referral laws, as well              Services
         as its anti-markup, False Claims Act and                   This panel will address quality of care and
         other statutes targeting health care                       the medical necessity and reasonableness
         providers. Federal and state enforcement                   of health care services as a basis for
         priorities and recent developments will                    criminal and civil enforcement actions.
         also be discussed by the panelists.                        Moderator: Glen Petersen
         Moderator: Anthony M. DiLeo                                Speakers: Tanya S. Treadway
         Speakers: Patrice Harris Sullivan                                      David Hoffman
                     Glen R. Petersen                                           Frederick A. Duhy, Jr.
                     Frederick A. Duhy, Jr.
                                                          10:00am   Break
4:00pm   Break
                                                          10:15am   Federal False Claims Act
4:30pm   Concurrent Introductory Sessions                           Developments
                                                                    This panel will provide an update on
         Foundations of Health Law                                  important new developments in the
         This session is intended to serve as both an               settlement and litigation of federal False
         introduction and a review of historical and                Claims Act cases involving health care
         current aspects of private and public health               providers, pharmaceutical companies,
         care programs in order to understand the                   academic medical centers, NIH grantees
         context in which health care fraud and abuse               and alleged violations of drug pricing,
         can arise and to examine key aspects of the                anti-kickback and self-referral laws.
         health care regulatory system that subject                 Moderator: John T. Boese
         providers to the most scrutiny.                            Speakers: Alison M. Duncan
         Moderator: Bernadette Broccolo                                         Michael Granston
         Speakers: J.A. (Tony) Patterson, Jr.
                     Carol J. Bennett                     11:30am   Break
         Foundations of White Collar Law
         and Practice and Handling a Health               11:45am   Developments in Medicaid Fraud
         Care Fraud Case                                            Enforcement
         This session will address issues and                       This panel will discuss recent enforcement
         aspects of representing and advising                       actions involving fraud against state
         clients involved in white collar criminal or               Medicaid programs, coordination of these
         civil actions and review common practice sit-              efforts with federal enforcement authorities
         uations typically encountered in the handling              and the expected impact of the Deficit
         of a health care fraud case, both from the                 Reduction Act.
         perspective of representing an individual or               Moderator: Paul R. Cirel
         an organization.                                           Speakers: Spencer Levine
         Moderator: Pamela H. Bucy                                               Gregory J. Naclerio
         Speakers: Joan McPhee                                                   Richard Williams
                       Ioana Petrou                       12:45pm Luncheon with Keynote Speaker
                                                                  Alice S. Fisher, Asst. Attorney General,
6:00pm   Adjourn
                                                                  Criminal Division, U.S. Department of
                                                                  Justice, Washington, DC
6:00pm   Welcome Reception Sponsored By:
         Broad and Cassel
         Halleland, Lewis, Nilan & Johnson P.A.
         Aegis Compliance & Ethics Center, LLP
  Program Agenda

2:00pm   Recent Developments in Criminal               4:45pm    Concurrent Panel Sessions
         and Civil Enforcement in the                            A. Medical Device Fraud and Abuse
         Pharmaceutical Industry                                 Moderator: Laurence J. Freedman
         This panel will discuss recent cases, the
                                                                 Speakers: Stacy Greber Ward
         basis for liability against pharmaceutical
                                                                            Vicki McCormick
         manufacturers and potential areas of fraud
         and abuse liability involving the new pre-              B. Negotiating False Claims Act
         scription drug benefit under the Medicare               Settlements and Living Under
         program. The panelists will also discuss                Corporate Integrity Agreements
         sales and marketing and fraudulent drug                 Moderator: Katherine A. Lauer
         pricing schemes involving potential false               Speakers: Daniel R. Anderson
         claims and violations of the federal anti-                         Arjun Rajaratnam
         kickback statute.                                                  Heidi A. Sorensen
         Moderator: Jonathan Diesenhaus                6:00pm    Adjourn
         Speakers: Sara Bloom
                     Patrick E. Lupinetti              6:30pm-   Welcome Reception
                     Howard M. Shapiro
                                                       8:30pm    Sponsored By:
3:15pm   Break                                                   Alston & Bird, LLP
                                                                 Bird, Marella, Boxer, Wolpert, Nessim,
3:30pm   Health Care Fraud Workshops                                Drooks & Lincenberg PC
         Workshops have been planned to cover a                  Broad and Cassel
         variety of interesting and current topics               Dwyer and Collora
         and to further delve into topics covered in             Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson, LLP
         prior panel presentations. Facilitators                 Halleland, Lewis, Nilan & Johnson P.A.
         experienced in the subject matter of each               Hogan & Hartson LLP
         workshop will lead the discussions, with                JAMS, The Resolution Experts
         the goal of eliciting the views and sugges-
                                                                 Kennedy, Covington, Lobdell & Hickman LLP
         tions of the participants, many of whom
                                                                 Latham & Watkins LLP
         have a vast amount of practical experience.
         The number and subject matter of the                    McDermott, Will & Emery LLP
         workshops may be determined by registra-                Meade & Roach LLP
         tion and thus are subject to change.                    Navigant Consulting
                                                                 Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver PC
         A. Affirmative Responses to
         Government Investigations, Grand                        O’Melveny & Myers, LLP
         Jury Investigations, Search Warrants                    Patton Boggs LLP
         and Subpoenas                                           PricewaterhouseCoopers
         Workshop Leaders: Bruce A. Levy                         Ropes & Gray LLP
                           Robert Nicholson                      Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, LLP
         B. Quality of Care and Medical                          Volkema Thomas LPA
         Necessity and Reasonableness of
         Health Care Services                            Day Three I Friday I May 18, 2007
         Workshop Leaders: Paul S. Weidenfeld
                           Kevin Cornish               7:30am    Ethics in Fraud and Abuse Counseling
                           Cassandra Bethel                      Workshop Leaders: Ronald J. Nessim
                                                                                   Dayna Matthews
         C. Pharmaceutical Fraud
         Workshop Leaders: Kathy B. Weinman            8:30am    Trial Practice Demonstration
                           Patrick E. Lupinetti                  U.S. v. Alvarado (S.D. Cal.)
         D. State Enforcement and Medicaid                       This closely watched, high-profile health care
         Fraud                                                   fraud case involved the criminal prosecution
         Workshop Leaders: Paul R. Cirel                         of a hospital administrator, a hospital and the
                           John Guthrie                          parent company of the hospital for violations
                                                                 of the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute related
4:30pm   Break                                                   to physician recruitment incentives provided
                                                                 to physicians in the local community. There
                                                                 were two trials of this case, both resulted in
                                                                 a mistrial. This presentation will examine the
  Program Agenda

          basis of the government’s case, its investiga-            B. Government Counsel
          tion methods and prosecutorial tactics, evi-              Workshop Leaders: Linda A. Wawzenski
          dentiary developments at trial and the defens-                              John Guthrie
          es raised by the individual and corporate
                                                                    C. Qui Tam/Relators and Other
                                                                    Plaintiffs’ Counsel
          Moderator: Michael C. Theis
                                                                    Workshop Leaders: Alison M. Duncan
          Speakers: Daniel Butcher
                                                                                      Frederick M. Morgan Jr.
                       Manuel A. Abascal
                       Charles G. LaBella                  2:00pm   Break
                       James Asperger
                                                           2:15pm   Corporate Crime and Compliance:
10:00am   Break                                                     The Department of Justice and the
                                                                    Office of Inspector General of
10:15am   Health Care Fraud Workshops
                                                                    Health and Human Services
          A. Federal Sentencing Guidelines                          This session will discuss relevant issues and
          and Criminal and Civil Damages                            aspects of enforcement actions against busi-
          Workshop Leaders: Robert Nicholson                        ness organizations and the basis for corporate
                            Frederick M. Morgan, Jr.                and enterprise liability, which has been reflect-
                            Erik Skramstad                          ed in recent deferred prosecution agreements
          B. Motion Practice in Criminal and                        and corporate integrity agreements in the
          Civil Fraud Cases                                         health care industry. This session will also
          Workshop Leaders: Roger S. Goldman                        address the types of compliance efforts that
                            Linda A. Wawzenski                      organizations should consider in reducing the
                                                                    risk of corporate and enterprise liability and
          C. Establishing Fair Market Value                         the impact of deferred prosecution and cor-
          Under the Anti-Kickback and Self-                         porate integrity agreements on organizational
          Referral Laws                                             compliance.
          Workshop Leaders: S. Craig Holden                         Moderator: Gabriel L. Imperato
                            Laurie A. Oberembt                      Speakers: Deborah Wong Yang
          D. Emerging Trends and                                                 Roderick Chen
          Pharmaceutical Fraud: Medicare                                         J. Kirk Ogrosky
          Part D
          Workshop Leaders: Heather M. Zimmerman           3:30pm   Break
                            Rita Wurm
                                                           3:45pm   Demonstration of Alternative Dispute
11:15am   Break                                                     Resolution of a Health Care Fraud
11:30am   Concurrent Panel Sessions
                                                                    This session will demonstrate how
          A. Voluntary Disclosure: Mandatory                        alternative dispute resolution resulted in the
          or Voluntary                                              settlement of a health care fraud case
          Moderator: Patricia T. Meador                             brought under the federal False Claims Act.
          Speakers: Melissa Hart                                    Moderator: Jerry P. Roscoe
                     Ronald J. Nessim                               Speakers: Howard J. Young
                                                                                 Benjamin S. Schecter
          B. The Anti-Kickback Statute
          and the Stark Law                                4:45pm   Adjourn
          Moderator: William H. Jordan
          Speakers: Laurie A. Oberembt
                     Russell Hayman
                     Joan P. Dailey
12:45pm Break
1:00pm    Specialty Workshops
          A. Defense and In-House Counsel
          This workshop will critically discuss practi-
          cal approaches to voluntary disclosure.
          Workshop Leaders: Howard J. Young
                             Kathleen McDermott
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