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Changing of the Guard in Health Care Fraud: An Interview With Michael Loucks

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Michael Loucks stepped down as acting US Attorney at the end of 2009, after a career that put him at the center of many of the largest health care fraud prosecutions in the pharmaceutical industry. We spoke to him about what happens next, for industry, for prosecutors-and for him.

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