Fraud and Abuse Regulatory Reforms

January 12, 2021


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Update: The final rules discussed in the alert below were given a Jan. 19, 2021, effective date. Since publication, however, the Government Accountability Office concluded that the final rules did not have a required 60-day delay in their effective date. Meanwhile, on Jan. 20, 2021, the Biden administration paused final rules from taking effect from the Trump administration. McGuireWoods will be reviewing further guidance from the new administration to understand if the policies in this final review are modified, retracted, or corrected with a new effective date.

The federal government recently released final rules reducing certain burdens implicit in federal fraud and abuse laws—the Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Civil Monetary Penalties Law.

During this webinar, McGuireWoods attorneys Gretchen Heinze-Townshend and Tim Fry, who have been analyzing these rules closely, will share how they may impact your business.


  • Gretchen Heinze Townshend, Partner
  • Timothy J. Fry, Associate

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