Quality Control Breakdowns Form Basis of Government Action

, New York Law Journal

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In their Federal Civil Enforcement column, Goodwin Procter partners Richard Strassberg and William Harrington write: Many companies rely on quality control procedures to monitor known areas where errors occur and ensure that these errors do not stray too far from accepted levels or industry norms. But in the context of a federal civil fraud investigation, the results of even a well-functioning quality-control process can become problematic.

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