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A graduate of Penn State University, with a Bachelor's Degree in health physical education and therapy, Mr. Jones worked for the Pennsylvania Office of the Inspector General on two separate occasions. His first stint at the Office of the Inspector
The furniture was the work of British pop artist Allen Jones . You may know Jones' work from Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange . The sculptor's work decorated the interior of the Korova Milkbar. Jones' work was recently explored in a short
In Texas, Allen Jones determined that state employees were getting kickbacks from pharmaceutical companies, and his efforts resulted in his being named Whistle-blower of the Year and awarded about $20 million of the state's $158 million settlement...
Representatives of Johnson & Johnson and the state of Texas will head back to court on Tuesday over a $158 million settlement agreement announced in January involving the drug Risperdal, a spokesman for Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said on
Trials as Illustration of a Systematic Stealth Marketing Campaign Before it was abruptly ended by a sudden settlement for $158 million, the trial in Texas of a suit alleging unethical marketing of the drug Respirdal (risperidone) by the Janssen
Texas (AP) — A person familiar with negotiations tells The Associated Press that Johnson & Johnson and the state of Texas have reached a settlement in a lawsuit in which the state was seeking up to $1 billion from the drug maker.
Johnson & Johnson's Janssen unit paid a Texas mental health official to speak around the U.S. about state guidelines on prescribing antipsychotic drugs that gave preference to medicines like the company's Risperdal, the official said. Steven Shon
Texas (AP) — Texas prosecutors want jurors to award the state $1 billion in a lawsuit that accuses Johnson & Johnson of overstating the safety of an anti-psychotic drug and influencing its use in the state's Medicaid program. The
THE Department of Social and Health Services' handling of state welfare and food stamp programs has become an open invitation to thieves and criminals to profit from defrauding the state...Taxpayers are being taken for a ride as the agency's lax
A federal appeals court has ruled against the son of Feed The Children founder Larry Jones. Allen Jones filed a federal defamation lawsuit in May 2009 against his sister and five directors of the Oklahoma City-based charity. An Oklahoma City federal