Medtech And US DoJ: A Snapshot Of 2016 Pay-Outs And Pleas
The US Department of Justice has announced resolution of 14 device-related investigations in 2016, including settlements, guilty pleas and a few executive convictions. The largest settlement this year, with Olympus Corp., accounted for almost three-quarters of the $825.5m total value of medtech fines in 2016.
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