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Mr. Eric H. Jaso

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Partner

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
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Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
Seeger Weiss LLP
77 Water Street
New York, New York 10005
United States

Company Description: Seeger Weiss LLP has distinguished itself as one of the nation's preeminent and diverse plaintiff-oriented law firms. The Firm's commitment to excellence and...   more
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Employment History

Education

  • University of Chicago Law School
  • Harvard College
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www.bsfllp.com, 19 Feb 2009 [cached]
Eric H. Jaso Counsel
Eric H. Jaso
www.bsfllp.com, 19 Feb 2009 [cached]
Eric H. Jaso Counsel
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Mr. Jaso is a former official of the Justice and Education Departments and former federal prosecutor with extensive and diverse experience in both government service and private practice.
Mr. Jaso served as an Assistant United States Attorney in Newark, New Jersey from 2003 until March 2008. There, Mr. Jaso:
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In 2002, Mr. Jaso was appointed Counselor to then-Assistant Attorney General Michael Chertoff in the Criminal Division of the United States Department of Justice.
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In that capacity, Mr. Jaso worked primarily on legislation and policy, including:
the development, passage, and implementation of major laws such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the Protect Act, and the USA Patriot Act, as well as significant Justice Department policy, including the Thompson memorandum on corporate prosecutions; representing the Justice Department ex officio on the U.S. Sentencing Commission, advocating the Department's position on criminal sentences in key areas such as white-collar crime and terrorism; and representing the Justice Department before the federal Criminal Rules Committee, the Criminal Justice Section Council of the American Bar Association, and other organizations.
In 2001, Mr. Jaso was appointed Deputy General Counsel for Postsecondary and Regulatory Service at the U.S. Department of Education. Managing a staff of over 30 attorneys, his responsibilities and accomplishments included:
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In the mid-1990s, Mr. Jaso served as an Associate Independent Counsel in the "Whitewater" investigation in Little Rock, Arkansas. There, he participated in two jury trials (one of which led to the convictions of the sitting Governor of Arkansas and two former Whitewater partners), a number of appeals, and several investigative matters.
Mr. Jaso has also practiced law at Latham & Watkins in Newark, New Jersey, where he worked on both criminal and civil matters as well as corporate internal investigations, and at Cravath, Swaine and Moore in New York City, where he focused on civil antitrust cases.
After graduating from Harvard College and the University of Chicago Law School, Mr. Jaso clerked for the Hon. Alice M. Batchelder of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
He is involved in the leadership of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (Chair, By-Laws Committee) and the New Jersey Lawyers' Chapter of the Federalist Society (Member, Board of Advisors). He also is an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University Law School, where he teaches Appellate Advocacy.
Eric H. Jaso, a partner at ...
www.whistleblowerinfo.com, 26 Sept 2014 [cached]
Eric H. Jaso, a partner at Seeger Weiss, represented one of the head whistleblowers who exposed the actions of the company.
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According to Jaso, in these agreements where there are payments for referrals, the judgment of the doctors can be affected.
Seeger Weiss partner Eric H. ...
www.digitalproducer.com, 25 Feb 2014 [cached]
Seeger Weiss partner Eric H. Jaso represented one of the lead whistleblowers, or "relators," in the lawsuit, which was filed under seal in January 2010 in federal district court in New Jersey. The relator alleged that the Doshi companies systemically entered into "Service Agreements" with doctors who agreed to refer their patients to Doshi facilities for diagnostic tests. Because these "Service Agreements" paid the referring doctors based on the number of patients referred, the relator alleged that the Doshi companies had violated the federal Anti-Kickback Statute, the federal False Claims Act, and the False Claims Acts of New York and New Jersey, by billing Medicare and Medicaid for those diagnostic services.
"It's illegal for diagnostic labs to pay doctors for patient referrals because such payments can and do affect the doctors' independent professional judgment in deciding the best place for their patients to be tested," said Mr. Jaso.
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Mr. Jaso praised Paul Fishman, the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey, Assistant U.S. Attorney Charles Graybow, and Department of Justice Trial Attorney Arthur Di Dio, for their successful prosecution and resolution of the case.
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Eric H. Jaso, (212) 584-0700 or ejaso@seegerweiss.com
Seeger Weiss partner Eric H. ...
www.seegerweiss.com, 25 Feb 2014 [cached]
Seeger Weiss partner Eric H. Jaso represented one of the lead whistleblowers, or "relators," in the lawsuit, which was filed under seal in January 2010 in federal district court in New Jersey. The relator alleged that the Doshi companies systemically entered into "Service Agreements" with doctors who agreed to refer their patients to Doshi facilities for diagnostic tests. Because these "Service Agreements" paid the referring doctors based on the number of patients referred, the relator alleged that the Doshi companies had violated the federal Anti-Kickback Statute, the federal False Claims Act, and the False Claims Acts of New York and New Jersey, by billing Medicare and Medicaid for those diagnostic services.
"It's illegal for diagnostic labs to pay doctors for patient referrals because such payments can and do affect the doctors' independent professional judgment in deciding the best place for their patients to be tested," said Mr. Jaso.
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Mr. Jaso praised Paul Fishman, the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey, Assistant U.S. Attorney Charles Graybow, and Department of Justice Trial Attorney Arthur Di Dio, for their successful prosecution and resolution of the case.
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Mr. Jaso was accompanied in the litigation by senior partner Stephen A. Weiss, who heads the firm's Qui Tam Practice Group.
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