United States v. Clay—Post-Oral Argument—Podcast


Please see this excellent summary podcast of the United States v. Clay oral argument posted by the Federalist Society. Participants include Paul D. Kamenar, Senior Fellow, Administrative Conference of the United States, and John J. Park, Jr., of counsel to Strickland Brockington Lewis LLP. Messrs. Kamenar and Park discuss the lively and very engaged oral argument that took place in the Eleventh Circuit, which will decide whether healthcare executives can be convicted of federal crimes for their reasonable interpretation of legal documents. The participants discuss the importance of this issue to the business community, and the valid questions raised by the judicial panel hearing the Clay case.

Listen to the podcast here

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