(Recorded Webinar) Are You Ready for It? A Fearless Preview of the Government's Expected Enforcement Priorities for 2024

Duration: 75 minutes
Recorded on: 02/13/2024

Federal enforcement agencies said “baby, let the games begin” in year 2023 by identifying some new areas of focus in curtailing fraud.  Investigations, settlements, disclosures, and whistleblower cases in the False Claims Act universe centered on a complex “Labyrinth” of topics such as cybersecurity-related fraud, COVID-19 loan false certifications, and applying the knowledge standard set forth by the Supreme Court in analyzing potentially fraudulent claims and misconduct.

Attorneys Rosie Dawn Griffin and Mindy B. Pava know “All Too Well” how the government’s focus last year can be expected to shape enforcement priorities for 2024.  As the new year begins, Ms. Griffin and Ms. Pava will go “Back to December” by providing an overview of 2023. Ms. Griffin and Ms. Pava also will discuss considerations relevant to how organizations can ensure there is no “Bad Blood” with enforcement agencies this year.  If you are a Swiftie – or you simply care about your organization’s “Reputation” – you won’t want to miss this webinar. 

Target Audience

  • CEOs/Directors
  • General Counsel/Legal Staff
  • CFO/Controller/Fiscal Staff
  • Compliance Officers
  • Other Grants Management Staff

Learning Objectives

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Translate federal enforcement agencies’ recent enforcement priorities and investigations to your own use of federal funds, to better identify potential compliance risk areas
  • Identify new task forces and other active government initiatives aimed at combating misuse of federal dollars
  • Determine practical steps your federally-funded organization can take now to be best positioned in the event enforcement authorities come knocking
Course summary
Available credit: 
  • 1.25 Certificate of Attendance
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Rosie Dawn Griffin

Serving as a Partner in the Federal Grants, Health Care, Litigation and Government Contracts practice groups, Rosie counsels and litigates on behalf of a diverse group of federal grant recipients, including federally qualified health centers and Head Start programs. Rosie also defends clients across a wide range of business sectors facing investigations and litigation under the False Claims Act (FCA) and similar statutes. Rosie brings deep knowledge to this work, and a unique perspective, having worked for many years at an elite relator’s side firm representing whistleblowers in FCA cases. Her years of FCA experience allow her to guide clients through all phases of a government investigation, from responding to civil investigative demands and subpoenas through litigation. [Full Bio]

Mindy Pava

Mindy serves as a Partner in the firm’s Litigation & Government Investigations, Health Care and Education practice groups, where she focuses her practice on advising federal grantees (including health centers) as they navigate all facets of administrative and judicial review. A seasoned litigator, she also represents organizations in health care and other industries in responding to civil investigative demands and federal subpoenas. [Full Bio]

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Available Credit

  • 1.25 Certificate of Attendance


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