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May 3, 2024

Opioid Manufacturer Endo Health Solutions Inc. Ordered to Pay $1.536B In Criminal Fines and Forfeiture for Distributing Misbranded Opioid Medication

Endo Health Solutions Inc. (EHSI) was ordered today to pay $1.086 billion in criminal fines and an additional $450 million in criminal forfeiture — the second-largest set of criminal financial penalties ever levied against a pharmaceutical company —for violations of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act related to the distribution of the opioid medication Opana ER with INTAC (Opana ER).

May 2, 2024

Leader of Massive Scheme to Traffic in Fraudulent and Counterfeit Cisco Networking Equipment Sentenced to Prison

A Florida resident and dual citizen of the United States and Turkey was sentenced yesterday to six years and six months in prison for running an enormous operation over many years to traffic in fraudulent and counterfeit Cisco networking equipment.

May 2, 2024

CEO of Dozens of Companies Sentenced to 78 Months in Prison for Massive Scheme to Traffic in Fraudulent and Counterfeit Cisco Networking Equipment

A Florida resident and dual citizen of the United States and Turkey was sentenced to 78 months in prison for running an extensive operation over many years to traffic in fraudulent and counterfeit Cisco networking equipment, Attorney for the United States Vikas Khanna, District of New Jersey, and Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Nicole M. Argentieri announced today.

April 29, 2024

Laboratory Marketer and North Carolina Physicians Agree to Pay Over $1.3M to Settle Kickback Allegations

Laboratory marketer Thomas Anthony Carnaggio, of Irmo, South Carolina, and his marketing company, as well as three physicians in Charlotte, North Carolina, Steven Bauer, M.D., Larry Berman, M.D. and Alireza Nami, M.D., and their medical practices, have agreed to pay a total of $1,373,400 to resolve alleged False Claims Act violations arising from their involvement in laboratory kickback schemes.

April 26, 2024

Readout of Disruptive Technology Protection Network Summit with Japan and the Republic of Korea

Yesterday, the Departments of Justice and Commerce launched the Disruptive Technology Protection Network with Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK), hosting the first high-level trilateral summit in Washington, D.C.

April 26, 2024

Texas man sentenced to more than 3 years in prison for providing faulty military parts

A Texas was sentenced in U.S. District Court here today to 37 months in prison for crimes related to providing faulty parts to the U.S. military. Philip R. Huddleston, 59, of Ft. Worth, supplied the United States military with unapproved and substituted parts as a Department of Defense (DoD) contractor.

April 23, 2024

Hazelwood Company Owner Admits Contract Fraud

The owner of a steel company in Hazelwood, Missouri on Tuesday admitted committing fraud during a repair project for a Mississippi River lock and dam.

April 18, 2024

Former Army Servicemember Sentenced to Prison in Money Laundering Romance Scam

Sanda G. Frimpong, 33, was sentenced to 40 months in federal prison and ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in restitution to victims for laundering the illicit proceeds of an elaborate series of romance scams. Frimpong pled guilty to three counts of money laundering on September 14, 2023.

April 16, 2024

Virginia-Based Defense Contractor Pleads Guilty to Bribery Conspiracy Involving Government Contracts Worth More Than $100 Million

Cambridge International Systems, Inc., a defense contractor headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, pleaded guilty in federal court today, admitting that it participated in a bribery scheme with the company’s former Executive Vice President Russell Thurston, and former Naval Information Warfare Center employee James Soriano, among others.

April 16, 2024

U.S. Army Financial Counselor Admits Defrauding Gold Star Families

A Monmouth County, New Jersey, financial counselor with the United States Army and major in the U.S. Army Reserves today admitted defrauding Gold Star families and related crimes, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced.