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False Claims and Whistleblowers: Best Practices to Avoid Significant Exposure

May 19, 2021 12:00 pm EST Free Webinar

Join Frost Brown Todd for a Webinar

Please join us for the third installment of our six-part biweekly webinar series on Corporate Compliance concerns under the new Administration.

The False Claims Act (FCA) is a sweeping statute that imposes liability on any recipient of federal funds that knowingly or recklessly makes a material misrepresentation to the government. Investigations by the Department of Justice, Department of Defense, and various federal agencies are typically instigated by whistleblower complaints. The third installment of our series joins together civil and criminal practitioners from the healthcare and defense industries—two of the most highly regulated industries—to share tips about how to limit exposure under the FCA before and after allegations of wrongdoing. The panel will also discuss best practices for limiting exposure every day by creating healthy office cultures and policies that encourage dialogue about compliance.


  • Zenobia Harris Bivens, Office Member-in-Charge, Frost Brown Todd


  • Stacey Burton, Director IVS Sector General Counsel, L3Harris Technologies
  • Holly Clarke, Head of Legal Defense, GKN Aerospace
  • Darren Skyles, Member, Frost Brown Todd / Former Vice President and Director of Legal Affairs, University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Derek Staub, Member, Frost Brown Todd / Former Assistant United States Attorney, Civil and Criminal Fraud Division

Register: False Claims and Whistleblowers: Best Practices to Avoid Significant Exposure Webinar 

Six-Part Biweekly Webinar Series on Corporate Compliance Under the New Administration

Frost Brown Todd will be hosting compliance professionals and lawyers from various industries to explore important developments in the rapidly evolving compliance landscape for corporations of all sizes.

Upcoming Corporate Compliance Webinar Topics:
  • June 2 “Privacy and Cybersecurity: Updates Compliance Professionals Need to Know”
  • June 16 “Trade and Sanctions Updates: Trump’s Gone, but Are Things Any Different?”
  • June 30 “Internal Investigations: What We Learned from a Year’s Worth of Remote Investigations”