Nov. 16, 2021
To avoid being the target of False Claims Act lawsuits, attorneys say private equity firms ought to make sure their companies are on the up and up prior to investing in them. That means extensive due diligence, often by third-party companies that specialize in the specific sector of healthcare the target company operates in.
Due diligence is important because it’s when a buyer ideally would learn about any potential wrongdoing. Attorneys say it’s important to preserve any documentation showing that issues raised during due diligence were resolved.
Nelson Mullins partners Jennifer Malinovsky and Ed White join Alice Harris, an attorney with Nexsen Pruet, to go over the key compliance areas to look for in due diligence.
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