Saturday, April 12, 2014

International Bribery Lawyer Confidentially Reviews FCPA Bounty Actions for Whistleblowers by International Bribery Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

International Bribery Lawyer Confidentially Reviews Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Bribery Scheme Bounty Actions for International Whistleblowers by International Bribery Lawyer and International Bribery Scheme Bounty Action Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the new SEC Whistleblower Incentive Program, whistleblowers with original and specialized knowledge and evidence of corporate bribery and illegal kickbacks are eligible to recover large economic awards.  By gathering this evidence and properly reporting international bribery scheme to the SEC through an international bribery lawyer, these whistleblowers can protect their identity through the process and potentially collect large rewards of 10% to 30% of the monetary sanctions obtained through the SEC enforcement action.  These rewards can include disgorged funds or the benefit of the bribery damages which can be in the Billions of dollars. 

If you are aware of an illegal bribe or illegal kickback that was used to secure a large contract, please feel free to submit a confidential inquiry or go to the follow web page for more information: International Bribery Lawyer.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Expose Russia Olympic Bribes: Olympic Bribes and Construction Bribes Can Be The Basis of Large Whistleblower Rewards

Expose Russia Olympic Bribes: Olympic Bribes and Construction Bribes Can Be The Basis of Large Whistleblower Rewards by International Whistleblower Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Russian whistleblowers, public officials, business professionals, employees of multinational corporations, and others that have evidence of Russian government corruption are eligible for large whistleblower financial rewards.  Russian government corruption that can be the basis for these
awards include illegal payments for business; bribes for construction contracts; illegal incentives for oil, gas and mineral leases; illegal kickbacks for regulatory approval; and other violations of Foreign
Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).  Russian whistleblowers and multinational corporation whistleblowers are needed to step up to report illegal corrupt practices and can receive large financial rewards for being the first to properly expose significant Russian government corruption.

If you are aware of a significant Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA) violation, please feel free to go to the following webpage: Russian Whistleblower Rewards or contact Russian Government Whistleblower  Lawyer, Jason Coomer via e-mail message

Contractor flees Russia after refusing to pay Olympic bribes - CBS News

"A new report by a Russian anti-corruption group says the total cost for the games has soared to about $50 billion -- more than five times as much as the last winter games.  Yet the best place to discover why costs have risen so high may not be among the gleaming new venues, but on a street in a town just outside London, where Valery Morozov, once an Olympic contractor -- now a fugitive -- lives."

"Miscalculated, he said, because the local Olympic organizers told him to add about $30 million
to his bill for various Sochi construction projects, and then pay that money back to them as kickbacks."

"The only one reason for this was their pockets," Morozov said. "There was only one reason." Morozov rebuilt some of the crumbling facilities of the old Sochi resort. The kickbacks, he said, followed a familiar formula. The kickback was about 40 percent of the total contract." 

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Expose Illegal Medical Device, Medical Equipment, and Pharmaceutical Bribes: International Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

The SEC Is Offering Large Rewards To International Whistleblowers That Can Properly Expose Medical Device Bribes, Medical Equipment Bribes, and Pharmaceutical Bribes to Physicians by International Whistleblower Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

International whistleblowers can recover large amounts of money for exposing international pharmaceutical and medical device bribes.  By exposing procurement kickbacks, medicine supply chain bribes, and other violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, a physician or other whistleblower can not only help expose corruption, but can receive a large reward.  As such, pharmaceutical representatives, international drug executives, government officials, physicians, health care providers, community activists, and other persons, who are the original source of
specialized knowledge of international drug company bribes, international pharmaceutical company illegal kickback schemes, medical device and equipment procurement bribery schemes, and other illicit payments for drug procurement, medical device procurement, and medical equipment contracts.

For more information on a potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Whistleblower Reward Lawsuit, please go to the following web page: Medical Device, Medical Equipment, and Pharmaceutical Bribe Lawsuits or please feel free to send an e-mail message to International Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason Coomer | SEC Charges Stryker Corporation With FCPA Violations

An SEC investigation found that Stryker Corporation’s subsidiaries in Argentina, Greece, Mexico, Poland, and Romania made illicit payments totaling approximately $2.2 million that were incorrectly described as legitimate expenses in the company’s books and records.  Descriptions varied from a charitable donation to consulting and service contracts, travel expenses, and commissions.  Stryker made approximately $7.5 million in illicit profits as a result of the improper payments.

Stryker has agreed to pay more than $13.2 million to settle the SEC’s charges.

Johnson & Johnson

The SEC alleges that, since at least 1998, J&J’s subsidiaries paid bribes to public doctors in Greece who selected J&J surgical implants, paid bribes to public doctors and hospital administrators in
Poland who awarded tenders to J&J, and paid bribes to public doctors in Romania to prescribe J&J pharmaceutical products. J&J also paid kickbacks to Iraq in order to obtain contracts under the United Nations Oil for Food Program (“Program”).

J&J has agreed to pay more than $48.6 million in disgorgement and prejudgment interest to settle the SEC’s charges and to pay a $21.4 million fine to the U.S. Department of Justice to settle criminal
charges. A resolution of a related investigation by the United Kingdom Serious Fraud Office is anticipated.

The SEC’s complaint alleges that J&J subsidiaries, employees, and agents paid bribes to public doctors and administrators in Greece, Poland, and Romania. Doctors who ordered or prescribed J&J products were rewarded in a variety of ways, including cash and inappropriate travel. A variety of schemes were used to carry-out the bribery, including the use of slush funds, sham civil contracts with doctors, and off-shore companies in the Isle of Man. A J&J executive was involved in the Greek conduct, and MD&D Poland executives running three business lines oversaw the creation of sham contracts, travel documents, and the creation of slush funds in Poland. The SEC’s complaint also alleges that J&J’s agent paid secret kickbacks to Iraq to obtain nineteen Oil for Food contracts.