Corporate Compliance
An effective compliance program should be able to answer the following questions:

    Do our employees, from senior executives on down, knowwhat theyshouldbe
    doing?
    Does the organization know whether its employees are doingwhattheyshould?
    Does the organization act appropriately when it discovers thataviolationhas
    occurred?
    Can the organization show that it has done the right thing?

Based on our extensive in-house experience in the creation, evolution and day-to-day
oversight of a compliance program, we understand the realities of the corporate
environment, and we strives to ensure that our advice is balanced, practical and
feasible.   

We offer the following services:

  • Corporate Compliance Program assessment and design
  • Risk Assessment tools
  • Creation and review of Codes of Conduct
  • Creation and review of relevant compliance-related policies and procedures
    (including issues relating to the PhRMA and AdvaMed codes, the anti-kickback
    statute, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, off-label promotion and other issues
    involving interactions with healthcare providers)
  • Compliance with the Physician Payment Sunshine  Act, as well as other state laws
    regarding aggregate spend
  • Review, advice and assistance with training activities
  • Review and creation of monitoring and auditing activities
  • Review and creation of pharmaceutical sales and marketing policies and
    procedures
  • Review and creation of pharmaceutical policies on interactions with healthcare
    providers
  • Assistance with state law reporting and aggregate spend activity for
    pharmaceutical companies

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should
consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us
and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-
client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an
attorney-client relationship has been established.

L
urie Law Firm LLC represents employees and employers throughout Northern New Jersey and
Central New Jersey, including  Montclair, Livingston, Caldwell, West Orange, Newark,
Morristown, Hackensack, Newark, Elizabeth, New Brunswick, Paterson, Jersey City, Ridgewood,
Wayne, Clifton, Passaic, Union City, Bayonne, Teaneck, Irvington, Union, Edison, Piscataway,
Lawrenceville, Princeton, Hoboken, East Hanover, Saddlebrook, Parsippany, Roseland and
Woodbridge; as well as the counties of Essex, Bergen, Passaic, Middlesex, Morris, Union, Sussex,
Warren, Hudson and Mercer.

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urie Law Firm LLC.  All rights reserved.
Unfortunately, scandals have become a commonplace
occurrence.  These scandals can result in substantial
financial penalties, loss of reputation, personal liability
(including potential jail time) and significant disruption
to the business.  While the causes and nature of these
scandals may vary, they all have certain things in
common: organizations only act through their
employees and, in each case employees didn't know or
didn't care about the legality of their action, and the
employer likewise didn't know or care about these
actions.
Resources
Office of Inspector
General - Compliance
Guidance for
Pharmaceutical
Manufacturers

Office of Inspector
General - Corporate
Integrity Agreements

PhRMA Code on
Interactions with
Healthcare Professionals

PhRMA Principles on
Conduct of Clinical
Trials - Communication
of Clinical Trial Results

AdvaMed Code of Ethics
On Interactions with
Healthcare Professionals