Kaitlin Hazard focuses her practice on corporate internal investigations and compliance matters, including healthcare fraud and abuse and federal procurement issues. In addition, Kaitlin has significant experience with conducting anti-corruption investigations, compliance reviews and due diligence efforts. Kaitlin also assists clients in designing, evaluating and administering ethics and compliance programs.
American Bar Association – Public Contract Law Section Young Lawyers Committee, Vice Chair (2015-2017)
American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)
Women’s White Collar Defense Association
Nashville Bar Foundation – Leadership Forum (2017-2018)
Successfully represented cardiologist in FCA lawsuit, which alleged that defendants submitted false claims in connection with medically unnecessary cardiac procedures
Successfully represented hospital in connection with self-disclosure to U.S. Department of Justice and settlement of potential FCA claims regarding medical necessity of in-patient psychiatric services.
Representation of hospice provider in intervened FCA action pending in Eastern District of Tennessee based on allegations that hospice services provided not medically necessary
Georgetown Journal of International Law – Senior Editor (2010-2011); Notes Committee (2009-2010)
Phi Beta Kappa