Hundreds of millions of dollars in government recoveries. An anticipated blockbuster Supreme Court term. Potential Congressional legislation which could have broad implications for FCA enforcement. All of this, and more, has marked the False Claims Act landscape for 2022.

Distinguished Co-Chairs
Keynote Speaker

Joseph “Jody” Hunt

Alston & Bird LLP
(Former Assistant Attorney General, United States Department of Justice)


Adam Tarosky

Partner – Leader, False Claims Act Team
Nixon Peabody LLP
(Former Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Fraud Section)


Erica Blachman Hitchings

Whistleblower Law Collaborative LLC
(Former Assistant U.S. Attorney, N.D. California; and Former Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Fraud Section)


Michael Granston

Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division
U.S. Department of Justice


In the wake of last year’s record-breaking $5.6 billion in final FCA judgments and settlements, the DOJ’s enforcement activity in 2022 continues to outpace even that of 2021.

The DOJ continues to ramp up its investigations of pandemic-related fraud, as well as its enforcement efforts against Medicare Advantage organizations and the telehealth industry.  And we are also seeing the first DOJ cybersecurity fraud actions being brought under the FCA – with a clear signal that more of these cases will be on the horizon, as well as rising FCA enforcement against private equity firms based on the conduct of their portfolio companies.

By all accounts, these latest trends signal sustained and aggressive enforcement efforts by the government and qui tam relators alike.

Join us for 2 days live in NYC and hear directly from government enforcers, cross-industry compliance and investigations counsel and leading attorneys from the defense and relators’ bar about what you can do to prepare for the next wave of FCA enforcement and stay out of the government’s crosshairs.


Thomas Morris

Senior Trial Counsel
U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Fraud Section


Juan Antonio Gonzalez

United States Attorney
U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Florida
Head of COVID-19 Fraud Strike Force Team Against Pandemic Relief Fraud


Darrell C. Valdez

ACE and Health Care Fraud Coordinator Assistant U.S. Attorney
U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Columbia


Colleen Kennedy

Assistant U.S. Attorney
U.S. Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of California


Matthew Feeley

Deputy Chief, Civil Division, Healthcare Fraud Unit
U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Florida


Brian Miller

Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery
U.S. Department of Treasury

  • General Counsel
  • Chief Legal Counsel
  • Assistant General Counsel
  • In-House Counsel
  • Litigators

Outside Counsel specializing in :

  • False Claims Act
  • Fraud
  • Corporate Compliance
  • White Collar Crime
  • Government Contracts
  • Healthcare
  • Life Sciences
  • Financial Services

Accreditation will be sought in those jurisdictions requested by the registrants which have continuing education requirements. This course is identified as nontransitional for the purposes of CLE accreditation.
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This conference provides a tremendous annual opportunity for attorneys from the government, Relator and defense bar to gather, present and discuss trends and issues concerning the False Claims Act in a structured, intimate, and informal setting.

Savaria B. Harris
Senior Counsel, Regulatory Law, Johnson & Johnson
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Year after year, this forum provides practitioners from all perspectives a unique opportunity to learn about and engage in an open and frank dialogue regarding the most important enforcement trends, case developments, and practice tips in the False Claims Act arena.

Douglas W. Baruch
Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
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I look forward to this conference every year. It provides valuable insight into how the various stakeholders analyze FCA issues – industry, prosecutors, and Relator counsel.

Catherine Kane Ronis
Vice President, BAE Systems, Inc.