May 2016: Life Science Compliance Update
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In the May issue, we continue our examination of the impact of culture on compliance and how compliance issues often transcend the silos on organizational charts with a detailed look at the Olympus case. We also feature an article from our friends at Porzio, Bromberg & Newman about the need for a search warrant response plan followed by the latest on the attorney-client privilege and internal investigations. Chris Coburn continues his three-part series about understanding publicly funded health programs. Finally, we round out the issue with developments on the global, privacy and FDA fronts.
Peeling Back the Olympus Onion – The Importance of Culture
Kathleen Drennan, Esq., Staff Writer for Life Science Compliance Update
What to Do When They Come for You – Creating a Search Warrant Response Plan
Robert Ferri, Of Counsel, Porzio Bromberg & Newman, P.C. and Keren F. Bisnauth, Associate, Porzio Bromberg & Newman, P.C.
Breathing Life into Privilege – Internal Corporate Investigations, Attorney-Client Privilege, and the False Claims Act
Robert N. Wilkey, Esq., Staff Writer for Life Science Compliance Update
Through the Worm Hole (Part 2) – Welcome to Alphabet Soup, Government Pricing, and the Acronyms That Come Along
Chris Cobourn, Managing Director, Huron Life Sciences
Growing Like Weeds – MedTech Europe Adopts New Code of Ethical Business Practice
Kaitlin Fallon Wildoner, Esq., Staff Writer for Life Science Compliance Update and Veronique Monjardet, Ph.D., Country Manager, France, Polaris
The Importance of Being Private — OCR Intensifies Enforcement Efforts
Calisha D. Myers, Esq., Staff Writer – Life Science Compliance Update
Smoking It – FDA Proposes Changes to Adequate Labeling Provision in a Tobacco Regulation
Kaitlin Fallon Wildoner, Esq., Staff Writer for Life Science Compliance Update