Johnson & Johnson pays $2.2B and signs Corporate Integrity Agreement
Many know that the cost of corporate crime is overwhelming compared to what we normally think of as criminal activity. Recently, however, Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay $2.2 billion in fines for its own knowing criminal activity, which included marketing of the drug Risperdal for unapproved uses but also for ghostwriting "medical studies" pushing teh drug that were published without letting anyone know they weren't real studies. In addition to the money, J & J signed the Corporate Integrity Agreement you can read here.
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