In today’s increasingly complex and ever-changing health care business climate, companies embroiled in government investigations or litigation often find themselves struggling to comply with Department of Justice civil investigative demands (CIDs), subpoenas, or document requests. Even under the best of circumstances, document collection, processing, and review are time consuming and expensive. Moreover, CIDs and document requests in false claims and other government investigations are often very broad and have unrealistic deadlines.
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This article was published by the American Health Law Association and is reprinted here by permission.