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Level of Knowledge
If you attended the Health
Care Conference on June 9-10, 2014, this course would be considered a duplicate and
cannot be used towards your CPE requirement.
Navigate the federal and state whistleblower laws. Discuss the ethical and legal do’s and don’ts for whistleblowers. Learn how to interact with, and respond to a whistleblower. Uncover ways to prevent involvement in a whistleblower lawsuit.
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Michael A. Morse, EsquirePartnerPietragallo Gordon Alfano
Bosick & Raspanti LLP
Michael A. Morse is a partner of Pietragallo Gordon
Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, LLP, where he serves as
Chair of the Qui Tam Practice Group. Mr. Morse is also a member of
the Government Enforcement, Compliance, and White Collar Litigation Group as well as the Health Care and
Litigation Practice Groups.
He served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Philadelphia District
Attorney's Office from 1997-2000. As an Assistant District Attorney, Mr. Morse
handled hundreds of felony cases, and briefed and argued numerous cases before
the Pennsylvania Supreme and Superior Courts.
Mr. Morse has developed a nationwide practice representing whistleblowers,
under federal and state false claims acts, who report fraud committed against
the government by corporations and individuals. He represents whistleblowers
from across the United States who have exposed fraud against the federal and
state governments in the areas of: pharmaceutical sales and marketing; health
care; defense contracting; finance; federal stimulus; construction; research;
collection; and government procurement.