Christine Savage and Emily Hodge Speak on Allegations of Misconduct Involving Federally Funded Research

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | March 14, 2012

 | Christine Savage and Emily Hodge


Event:
  Mistakes, Misconduct or False Claims: Legal Risks and Potential Liability Involving Federally Funded Research

Organization:  Boston Bar Association
Location:  Boston



Christine Savage and Emily Hodge served as speakers for the Boston Bar Association event Mistakes, Misconduct or False Claims: Legal Risks and Potential Liability Involving Federally Funded Research.  Their presentation outlined key differences in the elements and standards used to prove the submission of a false claim versus an act of scientific misconduct and examined best practices to follow when misconduct allegations are raised.

 

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