Articles Authored by Mr. Lovitky

    • The Appellate Implications of Sebelius v. Auburn Regional Medical Center, JURIST – Sidebar, Feb. 14, 2012,


    • “Recent Cases Interpreting the Medicare Anti-Kickback Act,” Health Care Law Monthly, October 2006.


    • “The Privacy of Health Information: Consents and Authorizations under HIPAA,” The Florida Bar Journal, May 2002″OIG Model Compliance Programs,” Healthcare Financial Management, March 2002


    • “The Medicare Anti-Kickback Statute: Understanding the Intent Requirement,” Health Care Law Monthly, May 2001


    • “The National Practitioner Data Bank: Coping with the Uncertainties,” Journal of Health Law, Spring 2000


    • “White-Collar Crime: Most false-claims actions arise in the context of fraud against various federal health-care programs,” California Law Business, May 24, 1999


    • “Designing Compliance Programs That Foster Ethical Behavior,” Healthcare Financial Management, March 1999


    • “Qui Tam Litigation: A Practical Primer,” Journal of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, January 1999


    • “Health Care Fraud: A Growing Problem,” Nursing Management, November 1997


    • “Medicare/Medicaid Fraud: A Growing Area Of Concern For Health Care Providers,”Michigan Bar Journal, March, 1997


    • “Medicare Fraud & Podiatrists,” Podiatry Management Magazine, November, 1996


    • “Shutting Down the Federal Government,” Legal Times of Washington, July 8, 1996


    • “Dispute Resolution Procedures Under Federal Contracts,” The Florida Bar Journal, Vol. LXIX, No. 11, December, 1995


    • “Procurement Integrity Returns: An Analysis of the Impact of Section 27 of the OFPP Act on the Federal Procurement Community,” Washington Legal Foundation, Critical Legal Issues, Working Paper Series No. 47, September, 1991


    • “Key Problems in Attaining 8(a) Certification,” Minority Business Journal, Vol. 5, No. 6, September-October, 1990


    • “New Lobbying Requirements Imposed on Federal Grantees,” Nonprofit World, Vol. 8, No. 5, September-October, 1990


    • “New Anti-Lobbying Law Will Have Major Impact,” The Los Angeles Daily Journal, Vol. 103, No. 121, June 18, 1990


    • “Congress Tightens Noose on Lobbying by Federal Grantees,” The Taft Nonprofit Executive, Volume IX, Number 9, May 1990


    • “New Realities in Pricing Government Contracts,” Federal Acquisition Report, May, 1990


    • “Unisys v. United States: Federal Circuit Ushers New Uncertainties into Defective Pricing Cases,” Public Contract Newsletter, Volume 25, Number 3, Spring, 1990


    • “Procurement Integrity Law Deserved Suspension,” Legal Times of Washington, March 19, 1990


    • “Applying the Exemptions to Cost or Pricing Data,” Volume 18, Number 1, Public Contract Law Journal, November, 1989


    • “Current Issues in Defective Pricing Cases,” Public Contract Newsletter, Volume 24, Number 4, Summer 1989


    • “A Review of the Byrd Amendment: What are its Implications for the Grantee Community?” Grants Magazine, Vol. 12, No. 2, June 1989


    • “Understanding Causation and Determining the Price Adjustment in Defective Pricing Cases,” 17 Public Contract Law Journal 407 (1988)


    • “The Defense of Fraud Proceedings Cost Principle, Government Contract Costs,” Pricing & Accounting Report, November 1988


    • “Fact Versus Judgment in Defining Cost or Pricing Data,” Contract Management Magazine, September 1988


    • “Certification of Government Contract Claims Under the Contract Disputes Act,” 16 Public Contract Law Journal 551 (1987)


    • “Cost or Pricing Data Defined: An Analysis of Disclosure Requirements Pursuant to Truth-in-Negotiations,” National Contract Management Journal, Winter, 1987


    • “Understanding the Submission Requirement for Cost or Pricing Data,” National Contract Management Journal, Summer, 1987


    • “Privatization and OMB A-76: The Case For Contracting-Out,” Contract Management Magazine, November, 1986


    • “Problems of Government Contracting for Consulting Services,” 14 Public Contract Law Journal 332 (1984)


    • “An Analysis of General Accounting Office Decisions Pertaining to Unbalanced Bidding,” 14 Public Contract Law Journal 178 (1983)


    • “Torncello & Soledad Enterprises, Inc., v. United States: A Return to the Common Law,” The Army Lawyer, January, 1983


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