Ex-GSK Lawyer's Acquittal Unlikely To Deter DoJ's Prosecution Of Execs
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryA judge's decision to acquit former GlaxoSmithKline attorney Lauren Stevens of obstructing an FDA investigation and making false statements likely will not discourage the Department of Justice from prosecuting individual executives for health care fraud.
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