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    • 23 September 2017
    • Swift Discusses Trump’s New Executive Order on North Korea

    • Partner Christopher Swift was quoted in “Trump Takes Cue From Obama With North Korea Sanctions Tactic,” in TheStreet, about how President Trump’s recent executive order aligns with former administrations’ initiatives, including former President Obama’s Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action against Iran.
    • 18 September 2017
    • Lacktman Submits Comments on Florida Telehealth Council Report

    • Foley Partner Nathaniel Lacktman, Chair of the firm’s Telemedicine Industry Team and Co-Chair of the firm’s Digital Health Group, contributed comments to the proposed telehealth Report of Recommendations by the Florida Telehealth Advisory Council.
    • October 2017
    • Fleming Discusses Gender Diversity in Law Firms

    • Senior Counsel Casey Fleming was quoted in an ABA Journal article, “Program Helps Law Firms See Progress in Gender Diversity—but Is It Enough?” about how Foley’s gender equality and diversity initiatives have helped her career.
    • 25 September 2017
    • Waltz Discusses Outlier Payment Reconciliation for Hospitals

    • Partner Judy Waltz was quoted in “Improper Hospital Payments May Have Cost Medicare $426M,” published in Bloomberg BNA, about a recent Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General report which identified 465 hospital cost reports that should have been referred for outlier payment reconciliation or were referred, but never reconciled.
    • 25 September 2017
    • Israel Quoted on Legal Implications of Recent NFL Protests

    • Partner Jon Israel was quoted in a National Law Journal article, “Trump Wants NFL Players Fired. It’s Not That Simple,” covering the potential legal implications of the National Football League players’ silent protests over police violence against African American people.
    • 28 September 2017
    • Virginkar Comments on Telia’s No-Monitor FCPA Deal

    • Partner Rohan Virginkar was quoted in “Telia’s No-Monitor FCPA Deal Could Be A Model,” published in Law360, about Swedish telecommunications firm Telia Co. AB’s recent settlement with the federal government over foreign bribery allegations.
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