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The Corporate Investigations List (July 2014)

[…] 33   Eli Lilly and Company 34   Embraer SA 35   Ericsson AB 36   Expro International Group PLC 37   Fedex Corporation 38   Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc 39   Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co KGaA 40   General Cable Corporation 41   GlaxoSmithKline PLC 42   Gold Fields Limited 43   Goldman Sachs Group Inc 44   Goodyear Tire and Rubber […]

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Greens Get Six Months In Jail

[…] to 20 years in prison. Gerald Green has emphysema and has appeared in court with an oxygen bottle to help him breathe. The judge had ordered production of his medical records. At a series of post-trial hearings, Judge Wu had also asked prosecutors and defense lawyers to talk about penalties handed out in similar cases. 

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CareFusion settles allegations of kickbacks in whistleblower case

[…] paying kickbacks and promoting its products for uses not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Department of Justice announced today.  CareFusion is a California-based medical technology company that develops, manufactures and sells pharmaceutical products, including products sold under the trade name ‘ChloraPrep.’ ChloraPrep has been approved by the FDA to treat […]

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New ‘European Public Prosecutor’s Office’ tackles Covid-19 fraud

[…] virus are so much more sinister. They have had (and will continue to have) detrimental effects on EU citizens and their health moving forward, as state and medical budgets try to absorb the losses made in securing vaccines and PPE. In effect, the fraudsters have committed acts that have directly led to the incapacitation […]

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China Corruption Blotter (July 24, 2012)

[…] yuan (US$162,490). According to the Chinese media, Sheng abused his power as director of the hospital from 2009 to 2010 to receive kickbacks from suppliers in purchasing medical equipment and medicines. http://news.hc3i.cn/art/201207/20254.htm Lu Yunfei, Haikou City Xiuying District Party secretary and former Haikou City Construction and Development Company general manager, was charged on 13 […]

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Africa church leaders join fight against graft

[…] recent survey found that across Kenya, obtaining birth certificates was the service most prone to bribery. Next came registering, renewing, or collecting national ID cards. Then “seeking medical attention, and seeking of employment.” The  Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission’s bible study guide is intended to help Kenyans reject the idea of a permanent bribery culture. […]

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Gift-giving in the Philippines

[…] official duties. Exemptions are made for gifts from foreign governments that serve as souvenirs or marks of courtesy. Public servants may also accept scholarships, fellowship grants, and medical treatments from foreign officials. In addition, public servants may accept travel grants from foreign governments when doing so serves the interest of the Philippines and has […]

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Alere pays $13 million to resolve accounting fraud and FCPA offenses

[…] win business from a government-linked customer.   In India, the Alere unit through a distributor paid local governmental officials a four percent commission to increase orders for medical testing kits from 200,000 to 1 million units. The SEC said, Alere India’s Vice President of Marketing and Sales approved the four percent commission and the […]

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FCPA enforcement report for Q1 2019

[…] Kolorit pleaded guilty in federal court. The subsidiary and MTS entered into a deferred prosecution agreement and agreed to retain a compliance monitor for three years. Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA (March 29), the world’s biggest provider of dialysis equipment and services, paid the DOJ and SEC $231.7 million in penalties and […]

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