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Health Care Luncheon/CLE: Emerging Opportunities and Risks of Telemedicine
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2/13/2019
When: 02/13/2019
12 - 1 PM
Where: Chester H. Ferguson Law Center
1610 N Tampa St
Tampa, Florida  33602
United States
Contact: Monique Lawson
813.221-7786


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Emerging Opportunities and Risks of Telemedicine: A Review of the Current Regulatory Landscape and a Prediction of DOJ’s Future Oversight/Enforcement Activities

1.0 CLE Credit (applied for)

Topics:
• The emergence of telemedicine in the past decade;
• The state and federal rules governing telemedicine in Florida;
• DOJ’s enforcement activities in telemedicine space;
• Practical advice and tips related to proactive compliance; and
• What to do if an investigation occurs.

Speakers:
--Greg Marshall is a former federal prosecutor with extensive trial and appellate experience, Greg Marshall represents companies and individuals defending government enforcement, white-collar criminal, and civil litigation matters. Greg also conducts internal investigations and advises clients on compliance issues. He has assisted clients in the financial services, healthcare, government contracting, technology, export, and education sectors.
--Lee Bentley’s practice includes the defense of False Claims Act and qui tam cases, internal investigations, and white collar criminal matters. His experience also includes complex civil litigation involving government entities. Lee has handled trials and appeals in numerous federal and state courts, and has served as sole or lead counsel in almost 40 civil and criminal jury trials.
--Jason Mehta As a former federal prosecutor at the Department of Justice and a former attorney-advisor at the Department of State, Jason Mehta assists businesses and individuals involved in government investigations, False Claims Act and qui tam cases, and business litigation matters. Jason’s experience includes complex litigation and regulatory matters related to healthcare, defense procurement, cybersecurity, and financial service matters.