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Drug Wholesaler’s Criminal Prosecution Provides Case-Study for Compliance Do’s and Don’ts

Rochester Drug Cooperative (RDC) recently entered into a plea with the federal government in which it admitted wrongdoing and agreed to pay $20 million in fines, receiving a prosecution deferral subject to a three-year monitoring period by an independent compliance official. Moreover, the government brought criminal charges against former CEO Laurence F. Doud III and William Pietruszewski, the former chief of compliance. Pietruszewski has reportedly entered a plea and is...

The End of Chevron Deference Could Foretell the Beginning of Equal Access to Care Under Medicaid

One cannot move in legal circles without hearing at least some discussion of the SCOTUS' position on the administrative state. With a now-entrenched conservative majority and at least two or three of those justices expressing doggedly anti-regulation views, many are asking if one of the venerable pillars of the administrative state—the doctrine known as "Chevron deference"—will ultimately be abrogated by the Court. The name "Chevron deference" is derived from the...