In the real-life story behind the film, “The Perfect Storm,” the crew of a small commercial fishing boat, the Andrea Gail, is tragically placed in grave danger when a cold front, a hurricane, and a Great Lakes gale come together to create a nor’easter with waves 10 stories high and winds topping 120 miles per hour.
This rare confluence of weather factors is evocative of the possible “perfect storm” brewing in New York when it comes to health care fraud and abuse investigations and prosecutions. Accordingly, white-collar defense counsel should be forewarned of this storm front and be prepared properly to respond when their clients’ storm hits.
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