It is no secret that healthcare regulatory compliance is front and center in the eyes of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), the Department of Health and Human Services – Office of Inspector General (OIG) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Last week over 130 of the “who’s who” among attorneys focused on white collar crime from across the Southeast convened for the annual Southeastern White Collar Crime Institute, hosted by the American Bar Institute.
While we are most always aware of large cyber attacks and/or data breaches such as the 2013 Target breach or the 2014 Home Depot breach, we often forget that attacks happen on a daily basis; big and small.
The 2015 hurricane season has officially started. This season’s first named Subtropical Storm is Ana, recently forming off the coast of Georgia. While she did not become a hurricane, she created strong rip currents and caused coastal flooding. Stay tuned to see how this year’s predictions hold up.
Allianz, one of the world’s largest financial services firms, recently conducted a survey which found business interruption (BI) and cybercrime to be major concerns for businesses in the near future.
Corporate Counsel turned to Justin Snell, Director at Bennett Thrasher, for expert insight in its article, “Accounting Fraud, Meet the SEC’s ‘RoboCop’.”
“How many times must I tell you before you will listen to me?!?!” As children, we all heard this question from our mothers countless times – typically following some pattern of bad behavior or a refusal to do what we were supposed to do that resulted in us getting in trouble over and over again. Our moms wanted to pull their hair out from the seemingly endless stubbornness that we exalted.