By: F|G Marketing / Date: 17, November 2022

Flannery | Georgalis announces expansion to Detroit, Michigan, appoints former federal prosecutor Kevin Mulcahy as Partner-in-Charge

Detroit, Michigan (November 20, 2022). Flannery | Georgalis, LLC continues its expansion with the opening of its newest office in Detroit, Michigan. Detroit is the fifth office nationwide and joins the Firm’s other locations in Cleveland, Columbus, Pittsburgh, and Charlotte. Kevin Mulcahy, a former federal prosecutor, is the Firm’s Partner-in-Charge of the Detroit office. In his 20-year career as a federal prosecutor, Kevin served as Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney, Chief of the General Crimes Unit, and Deputy Chief of the… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 12, September 2022

The NSLJ Fall Symposium Discussion with Jon Yormick on the Russia-Ukraine Crisis at The (NSI) National Security Institute | George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School

As the war in Ukraine unfolds, there are several recent developments on Russia's invasion, and crisis that will be explored during the fireside chat that you do not want to miss! On Friday, September 23, 2022, from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., Jon Yormick, Partner at Flannery | Georgalis LLC, will provide his expertise on the most current topics of the Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Sanctions, Trade, and Expectations presented by the National Security Law Journal at the (NSI) National Security Institute… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 01, April 2022

Flannery | Georgalis expands to Columbus, Ohio office, appoints former Ohio Assistant Attorney General Matthew Jalandoni Partner-in-Charge

Columbus, Ohio (March 25, 2022). In the wake of its rapid and continued growth, Cleveland-based law firm, Flannery | Georgalis has announced the opening of a new office in Columbus, Ohio. The Columbus office is led by Matthew Jalandoni, a former Army prosecutor and Assistant Section Chief/Unit Supervisor in the Charitable Law and Environmental Enforcement Law sections of the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. Jalandoni brings a wealth of experience to the firm, including deep expertise in environmental compliance and enforcement,… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 03, February 2022

Flannery | Georgalis Charlotte, North Carolina, Moves Into New Office To Accommodate Growth

Charlotte, North Carolina (February 3, 2022) Cleveland-based law firm, Flannery | Georgalis announced today that its Charlotte, North Carolina practice has moved into a new office uptown.The new space is located in the Carillon Tower at 227 West Trade Street, Suite 950. “We are excited about the move,” says co-founders Paul Flannery and Chris Georgalis. “The larger space gives us the opportunity to continue our rapid growth and expand our services for the foreseeable future.”Flannery | Georgalis focuses on sensitive… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 29, October 2021

Department of Justice to Prioritize Corporate Crime Enforcement

On Thursday, October 28, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco gave the keynote address at the ABA’s 36th National Institute on White Collar Crime. Deputy Monaco’s remarks focused on corporate crime and detailed new enforcement priorities for the Department of Justice. Most notably, Deputy Monaco stated that to further the Biden Administration’s policy agenda to be tougher on corporate crimes, it will no longer be sufficient to limit disclosures to only those “substantially involved” in the alleged misconduct for cooperation credit… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 06, September 2021

Colin Callahan Contributes to American Health Law Association's 2021 "Health Law Watch" Publication

The American Health Law Association's "Health Law Watch", first published in 2018, provides analysis of key legal and operational challenges facing the health care industry. The new 2021 edition includes a chapter on Fraud Enforcement in the Digital Arena - Electronic Health Records. Authored by Flannery | Georgalis partner, Colin Callahan, along with co-authors Chris Sabis and Deborah Farringer, the chapter discusses the now pervasiveness of electronic health records ("EHR"), and how EHR-related fraud has, in turn, become a top… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 03, September 2021

Jon Yormick to Discuss Export Controls and Economic Sanctions at SBA Seminar

If you operate in the world of international trade (or want to), then you know that the road is paved with a multitude of regulations that govern many aspects of how you run your business, but do you REALLY understand how to comply with them and the risks of non-compliance? On September 15, 2021, from 9 – 10:30 a.m., Flannery | Georgalis attorney Jon Yormick will provide an overview and update of the rules that govern international trade with a… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 16, August 2021

Preparing for FTC Civil Penalty Enforcement of Made in USA Regulations

On July 1, under the headline “FTC Issues Rule to Deter Rampant Made in USA Fraud,” the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced that it finalized a rule “that will crack down on marketers who make false, unqualified claims that their products are Made in the USA.” The announcement noted that after the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) went into effect, Congress enacted legislation authorizing the FTC to impose civil penalties for “Made in USA fraud,” but there has been… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 22, July 2021

Facilitating Ransomware Payments Can Result in Sanctions Violations and OFAC Penalties

Cybercrime has made its way into the mainstream with more businesses, organizations, and individuals falling victim to this widespread threat. Cybercriminals, who are often backed by nefarious groups, have gone international and can now effectuate an attack from the other side of the globe. It seems no industry sector is off limits to these attacks, with healthcare organizations, food producers, and even large–scale infrastructure falling victim. It is important for businesses to understand the types of threats targeting their industry,… Read more

By: F|G Marketing / Date: 15, June 2021

China's Anti-Sanctions Law Poses Compliance Challenges for Businesses

On 10 June 2021, China passed an anti-sanctions law to counteract the sanctions imposed by the US, EU, Canada, and the UK against various Chinese entities, and officials, in recent years. The new law permits China to penalize individuals or entities involved in the design or implementation of foreign sanctions, including those entities engaged in “discriminatory practices” against Chinese citizens and organizations. The phrase “discriminatory practices” is not defined in the new law, but the broad language appears to encompass… Read more