Interactive Ethics Drills: Overcoming Ethical Dilemmas in FCA Cases
Park Lane Hotel
New York, NY
Blank Rome Partner Justin A. Chiarodo will be a speaker at the American Conference Institute’s (“ACI”) 7th Advanced Forum on False Claims and Qui Tam Enforcement, being held January 27 and 28, 2020, at the Park Lane Hotel in New York, New York.
Justin’s session, “Interactive Ethics Drills: Overcoming Ethical Dilemmas in FCA Cases,” will close out the conference on Tuesday, January 28, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m., and will test participants’ ethical skills with a series of anonymous polling questions on sensitive, complex, hypothetical scenarios. Participants will discover how their approaches to tackling ethical dilemmas compares to their peers in real time, and benefit from a hands-on discussion of the polling results and implement important takeaways for practice.
Following opening remarks on Monday, the Forum will again kick off with a keynote address by Stephen Cox, U.S. Department of Justice Deputy Associate Attorney General.
This year’s conference focus is “Strategies to Respond to the Rapidly Changing Landscape of False Claims Act (FCA) Enforcement”: With more than $34.8 billion recovered by the government since 2010 under the federal False Claims Act, it has never been more crucial for private practitioners and corporate in-house counsel to keep abreast of the changes and hear a wide variety of perspectives on this rapidly evolving and highly challenging area of the law.
For more information and to register, please visit the event webpage.