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Lisa C. Dykstra

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Philadelphia, PA, USA

Lisa C. Dykstra is a partncr in Morgan Lcwis's Litigation Practice and a member of the firm's Corporate Inyestigations and White Collar Practice, and the co-chair of the Firm's Pharmaceutical Industry Practice. Ms. Dykstra handles a wide variety of government investigations, white collar matters, internal investigations, qui tam litigation, and class action litigation, including major representations in the pharmaceutical and technology industries.

Ms. Dykstra has extensive experience litigating cases involving the False Claims Act, the Medicare Anti-Kickback Statute, the Medicaid Rebate Statute, and various federal and state civil and criminal fraud statutes. She has acted as lead counsel for major pharmaceutical companies and other entities in federal and state government investigations involving the marketing and pricing of products, marketing and promotional activities, FDA regulations, and class action litigation. Ms. Dykstra also has negotiated compliance agreements with the Department of Health and Human Services Office ofInspector Genera1. In the computer industry, Ms. Dykstra represents a Fortune 50 California-based computer manufacturer in False Claims Act litigation, government investigations and consumer class-action lawsuits, and provides public sector contracting and compliance advice.

Ms. Dykstra is a fonner assistant U.S. attorney, having served as a prosecutor in the Criminal Division of the United States Attorney's Office for the District ofNew Jersey. Ms. Dykstra has lectured on topics relating to compliance issues, white collar crime, and Civil False Claims Act litigation.

In 2008 Ms. Dykstra presented at the ABA's 7th National Institute on Civil False Claims Act and Qui Tam Enforcement, Washington, D.C. as a Panelist on "State Qui Tam Enforcement." In addition, Ms. Dykstra co·chaired ACrS 3ed National Conference on Internal Investigations for the Drug & Device Industries, Philadelphia and served as a Panelist on "Exercising Discretion from the Start: Structuring an Appropriate SituationSpecific and Company-Specific Investigation."

In 2006, Ms. Dykstra participated in a seminar for in-house counsel addressing the management of internal investigations, the creation and implementation of compliance programs, and decisions around indemnifying employees.

Ms. Dykstra is a member of the Criminal Justice Act Panel for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Ms. Dykstra is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Villanova University School of Law, 1992. J.D.
New York University. 1989, B.A.

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