Greek prosecutors have filed criminal corruption charges against medical device officials who they say bribed state hospital doctors to promote the company’s products. The charges were waged against officials with DePuy Orthopaedics, a subsidiary of consumer health products giant Johnson & Johnson. Court documents allege that five DePuy officials engaged in bribery and money laundering deals between 1998 and 2006, during which DePuy paid eight Greek state hospital doctors more than $21 million. The doctors – most of whom are orthopedic specialists – have already been formally accused in the same case. No specific products were cited, however DePuy and Johnson ... Read More
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