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Legal And Compliance Hot Topics: “CATCH ME IF YOU CAN”
September 2, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree – $75
“Clinical Investigator” Found Guilty Of Committing Fraud
In Clinical Research Trials
September 2nd, 2020
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Complementary to OCRA Members
1 Continuing Education Unit Opportunity
Hot Topics No. 5: Catch me if you can, Clinical Investigator Fraud and Other Data Integrity Issues
Fraud has changed and become much more aggressive and egregious in recent years. ZOOM in with us for an hour and hear about this remarkable case presented by a seasoned Lawyer and FDA Investigator. Follow the timeline of the “Doctor” in the chase of the case.
Would you pursue success at all costs, no matter how immoral or illegal? What if you could fool a hundred people and make millions of dollars and get away with it.
Hear about this fascinating case of how a man, posing as a physician, conned regulators and hundreds of people by conducting clinical trials on the unsuspecting public and pharmaceutical companies. Was he cavalier enough to escape? “Catch me if you can”.
Each month we will select a Hot Topic and request for input on questions, scenarios, and topics to be covered. Please send ideas and general questions to: [email protected]
This is the fifth of a continuing forum that primarily focus on hot topics in the legal and compliance realms, such as: privacy and data security matters; litigation and disputes; malpractice and insurance; contracts in the age of pandemic (e.g., force majeure clauses, Defense Production Act, etc.); product liability; IP; corporate; AI and robotics.
This forum will be complimentary to OCRA Members.
- OCRA Members and Government: Free
- Non-Members: $75 with one-year registration or $35 for students or government employees (Event will be free)
Trudy R. Papson, Regulatory Consultants Group HAs valuable relationships between the FDA and the regulated community help keep communication open and provide for greater learning opportunities. M.S. Biology; FDA Investigator; State of Calif. Environmental Health Specialist; Co-founder of Regulatory Consultants Group. Worked with the DOJ, FBI, and Office of Criminal investigations in prosecution of recalcitrant firms.
Professor Virginia A. Suveiu, Esq., is Of Counsel at Volkov Law Group. She is currently editing a handbook on Risk Management and the Law for Routledge. Virginia is a mediator and arbitrator for the International Chamber of Commerce, the Orange County Bar Association and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. She is on the Board of Directors of the National Contract Management Association-Orange County. She is affiliated with and has been invited to speak to several professional organizations on business law-related issues. She is an active member of the State Bar of California and admitted to the U.S. District Court, Central District of California. Virginia has held numerous positions in academia, including as founding dean and professor, and currently, she is an instructor and content developer for UC Irvine and was given with the Distinguished Instructor Award there. Virginal is an instructor & content developer at UCI. Contact info: [email protected]
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