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Sarah K. Bogni

Associate

Nashville
(615) 742-7813 TEL
(615) 248-4064 FAX
  • Sarah Bogni represents healthcare providers in government enforcement matters and False Claims Act litigation. Sarah also defends white collar criminal matters and internal corporate investigations for clients across various industries. Prior to joining the firm, Sarah worked as a legal clerk in the Civil Division of the Tennessee Attorney General's Office. She also worked in the Office of General Counsel as a clerk for the U.S. Department of Justice's U.S. Marshal's Service and interned with U.S. Representative Jim Cooper, from the 5th Tennessee District.

    Sarah Bogni represents healthcare providers in government enforcement matters and False Claims Act litigation. Sarah also defends white collar criminal matters and internal corporate investigations for clients across various industries. Prior to joining the firm, Sarah worked as a legal clerk in the Civil Division of the Tennessee Attorney General's Office. She also worked in the Office of General Counsel as a clerk for the U.S. Department of Justice's U.S. Marshal's Service and interned with U.S. Representative Jim Cooper, from the 5th Tennessee District.

    Sarah's practice includes:

    • Healthcare Enforcement Matters – Representing healthcare companies in False Claims Act litigation and federal investigations regarding allegations of overpayment; hospital admission status; physician recruitment and lease arrangements; financial arrangements between hospitals and physician practice groups; health plan benefits marketing; hospital billing practices; medical necessity; clinical trials and pharmaceutical marketing practices; and level of service requirements.
    • White Collar Criminal Matters – Defending individual clients facing federal investigations and/or criminal action, including allegations related to Medicare fraud.

    Sarah is active in the firm’s Pro Bono Committee, representing clients in an array of matters.

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    Tennessee Bar Association 

    American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section 

    American Health Lawyers Association, Fraud & Abuse Section

    Criminal Justice Act Panel, Middle District of Tennessee, Second Chair

    Women's White Collar Defense Association

    Bass, Berry & Sims PLC, Pro Bono Committee Member

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    The George Washington University Law School Moot Court Board, Member

    The George Washington University Law School Giles Sutherland Rich Moot Court Competition: Best Brief, Best Oralist, Best Overall Competitor

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