March 21, 2006, Just Anti-Corruption
In a superseding information filed on March 20, 2006, Richard John Novak was charged with one count of bribery in violation of the FCPA and an additional count of conspiracy to bribe foreign officials, to commit mail fraud, and to commit wire fraud.
May 20, 2005, Just Anti-Corruption
From late 1991 through December 2002, DPC (Tianjin) Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Diagnostic Products Corporation (DPC), paid approximately $1.6 million in bribes in the form of illegal "commissions" to physicians and laboratory personnel employed by government-owned hospitals in the People's Republic of China (PRC) in exchange for agreements that the hospitals would obtain DPC Tianjin's products and services.
March 02, 2005, Just Anti-Corruption
Between January 2002 and August 2004, in connection with sales to public and private medical facilities in some of those countries, Micrus entered into several types of arrangements with doctors, pursuant to which the doctors used or promoted Micrus products in exchange for payments, commissions or honoraria.
March 01, 2005, Just Anti-Corruption
On March 1, 2005, Titan pleaded guilty to a three-count information charging it with violating the anti-bribery and books and records provisions of the FCPA and with assisting in the filing of a false tax return.
December 06, 2004, Just Anti-Corruption
On December 6, 2004, InVision Technologies entered into a two-year non-prosecution agreement with the Department of Justice in which it admitted to violations of the FCPA, agreed to pay $800,000 in penalties, agreed to implement a rigorous compliance program with an independent monitor, and agreed to cooperate fully in the ongoing parallel investigations by the Department of Justice and the SEC.
June 17, 2004, Just Anti-Corruption
On June 9, 2004, the SEC commenced civil and administrative enforcement actions against Schering-Plough Corporation , a pharmaceutical company, for violations of the books and records and internal controls provisions of the FCPA.
April 30, 2004, Just Anti-Corruption
the Department of Justice filed charges against four HealthSouth executives in connection with an alleged scheme to bribe the director general of a Saudi Arabian foundation in furtherance of HealthSouth's effort to secure an agreement to provide staffing and management services for a 450-bed hospital in Saudi Arabia.
March 11, 2004, Just Anti-Corruption
On March 10, 2004, the SEC instituted settled administrative proceedings against BJ Services Company, for violations of the anti-bribery, internal controls, and books and records provisions of the FCPA.
December 30, 2002, Just Anti-Corruption
In 2002, the Department of Justice charged two World Bank officials, Ramendra Basu, a national of India, and Gautam Sengupta, with conspiring to steer World Bank contracts to certain consultants in exchange for kickbacks.
January 24, 2002, Just Anti-Corruption
On January 15, 2002, the SEC filed two settled enforcement actions against BellSouth Corporation, charging that two of the company's subsidiaries had engaged in violations of the internal controls and books and records provisions of the FCPA.