Natalie Colvin

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Natalie Colvin focuses her practice on complex civil litigation.

 

While in law school, Natalie was a member of The George Washington International Law Review. She also interned with The Honorable Francisco A. Besosa, US District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, and with The Department of Homeland Security, Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Read Natalie Colvin's full bio. 

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This latest installment of the Health Care Enforcement Quarterly Roundup reflects on trends that persisted in 2018 and those emerging trends that will carry us into 2019 and beyond. Leading off with the US Department of Justice’s (DOJ) December announcement of its fiscal year 2018 False Claims Act (FCA) recoveries, it remains clear that the health care industry is a primary target of FCA enforcement activity. We also revisit the current state of implementation of…
In the latest installment of Health Care Enforcement Quarterly Roundup, we examine key enforcement trends in the health care industry that we have observed over the past few months. In this issue, we report on: Practical applications of recent guidance from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) A recent blow to DOJ’s effort to use the federal False Claims Act (FCA) to attack Medicare Advantage reimbursement Continued enforcement efforts at the state and federal level…
How will key trends and developments in health care policy and enforcement impact future litigants? In the latest Health Care Enforcement Quarterly Roundup, we address this question in the context of: Continued interpretations of the landmark Escobar case The latest guidance from US Department of Justice (DOJ) leadership regarding enforcement priorities The uptick in state and federal efforts to combat the opioid crisis Recent court decisions regarding the use of statistical sampling in False Claims…
How will key trends and developments in health care policy and enforcement impact future litigants? In the latest Health Care Enforcement Quarterly Roundup, we address this question in the context of: Continued interpretations of the landmark Escobar case The latest guidance from US Department of Justice (DOJ) leadership regarding enforcement priorities The uptick in state and federal efforts to combat the opioid crisis Recent court decisions regarding the use of statistical sampling in False Claims…
Taxpayers are running out of time to file refund claims against the government. If the government reduced or denied your Section 1603 cash grant, you can file suit in the Court of Federal Claims against the government to reclaim your lost grant money. Don’t worry, you will not be alone. There are numerous taxpayers lining up actions against the government and seeking refunds from this mismanaged renewable energy incentive program. Indeed, the government lost in…
Taxpayers are running out of time to file refund claims against the government. If the government reduced or denied your Section 1603 cash grant, you can file suit in the Court of Federal Claims against the government to reclaim your lost grant money. Don’t worry, you will not be alone. There are numerous taxpayers lining up actions against the government and seeking refunds from this mismanaged renewable energy incentive program. Indeed, the government lost in…