Ross Feller Casey's Brian J. McCormick, Jr., a leading national whistleblower lawyer, has been selected to chair an upcoming continuing legal education seminar in New York City focusing on the U.S. False Claims Act.

Joining McCormick as chairs of the seminar are Neil Getnick of Getnick & Getnick LLP, Virginia Gibson of Hogan Lovells, and Gregory M. Luce, of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. Carolyn Pokorny of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern Division of New York is serving as honorary chair of the program.

The seminar is sponsored by the American Law Institute and the New York City Bar Association. It will be held May 13 at the New York City Bar Association.

The seminar is designed for lawyers whose practice involves one of the many areas that are affected by the False Claims Act, and will help keep them current on the latest developments in this evolving field.

The comprehensive CLE program offers 6 to 8 credits, including ethics, and features a well-balanced faculty of nationally recognized experts who will speak from varying perspectives. Sessions include a government speaker who is joined by members of the relator and defense bars, guaranteeing an all-sides discussion of the issues.

For more information or to register for the program, call 212-382-6663 or go here

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