Amgen to pay $25 million to settle kickback allegations
Amgen Inc has agreed to pay $24.9 million to settle allegations that it provided kickbacks to long-term care pharmacy providers to entice them to use its Aranesp anemia drug instead of a rival medicine, the Department of Justice announced on Tuesday.
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Parker Drilling Settles Foreign-Bribery Charges
Parker Drilling agreed to pay U.S. authorities $15.85 million to settle foreign- bribery charges, the Justice Department said Tuesday.
U.S. Uses Wartime Law to Push Cases Into Overtime
The Justice Department is testing a novel argument to extend the clock in bringing cases of financial wrongdoing: We're at war.
AT&T, Verizon Control of Airwaves Challenged
AT&T and Verizon shouldn't be allowed to box out smaller wireless carriers from picking up some of the nation's prime airwaves, the Justice Department told federal regulators Friday.
Change in Justice's naming practice in some cases
WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department is changing its practice of publicly naming some business executives who haven't been charged criminally in price-fixing and bid-rigging cases that harm consumers....