Dear Sir / Madam,
Apotex's behavior / fraud as well as Counsel's Mr.Carl Peterson (Filion
Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP ) unlawful acts such as:
"Mr.Carl Peterson (Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP - Apotex ) did
knowingly and willfully make a materially false, fictitious and fraudulent
statements and representation in a matter within the jurisdiction of the
Ontario Labor Board / Ministry of Labour, WSiB (Workers Compensation
Insurance Board), WSIAT, Ontario Human Rights Commission /Tribunal ("The
Superior Court struck down the "fatally flawed" decision as so unfair to
defendant Maxcine Telfer - who represented herself in the hearing - that it
was "simply not possible to logically follow the pathway taken by the
adjudicator." In my Case OHRT engaged in fraud and criminal conspiracy
etc.), Ombudsmen Ontario, , obstructed Ontario Health Act, Ontario Labor Law
as well as Canadian Constitution etc.
Mr.Carl Peterson (Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP - Apotex) committed
many counts of perverting the course of justice or intending to pervert the
course of justice, many counts of perjury, criminal conspiracy (Suppression
of information / evidence about Adulterated Drugs and / or Failing to Follow
Manufacturing Procedures, SOP / GMP /FDA Regulations, ROUTINE CONTAMINATION
/ CROSS CONTAMINATION by Apotex etc.), criminal negligence, criminal
recruitment of false witnesses, attempted murder, did cause /contribute to
permanent disability, irreparable damage, become accessory to Domestic
/Global terrorism / crimes against Humanity."
will focus US Justice Department on this Corporation. Is gona be almost as
if Apotex would have a large red target painted on it.
The Department of Justice has focused heavily upon pharmaceutical industry.
Facing a Justice Department suit is a very expensive proposition.
In 2009, one settlement alone topped $2 billion, including criminal fines
and civil settlements.
There is a huge incentive for employees of a pharmaceutical company to turn
in the company.
Justice Department has been dangling the carrot of incentive to bring
these types of cases.
Just what are the greatest compliance risks to a pharmaceutical company?
The government has honed in on three primary areas where it alleges that a
pharmaceutical company commits fraud, but recently added up a very important
to public's Safety AREA # 4 :
Adulterated Drugs or Failing to Follow Manufacturing Procedures!
An emerging area of pharmaceutical fraud is adulterated products.
This is not the same thing as using ingredients that are dangerous.
The FDA has strict rules (?) and requirements (?) that apply to every drug
Before a drug is approved, the pharmaceutical company must not only test the
drug and prove its effectiveness, but it must establish tight manufacturing
procedures and controls. Once approved, the company may not deviate from
that strict process. Any changes must be pre-approved by the FDA.
If a company skips steps or does not conduct each required manufacturing
test and protocol, the drug is technically altered or "adulterated." In
other words, if a company tells the FDA that it will use sterile labs and
certain processes but then chooses not to use them because they are
expensive etc., the drugs are non-conforming. The FDA treats them as
In U.S. Medicare and Medicaid have rules that prohibit paying for
adulterated products. Therefore, if a manufacturer significantly deviates
from the approved process, it is not eligible to sell the drugs to the
This may be the biggest area of compliance risk . However, it is one to be
watchful for because DOJ has been dangling the carrot of incentive to bring
these types of cases.
It is just a matter of time before adulterated product fraud allegations
become almost common place.
The standard of proof in a False Claims Act case is "preponderance of the
evidence", i.e., the claim is more likely true than not. This is the same
burden of proof ordinarily applicable in most civil cases, and is easier to
meet than the "beyond a reasonable doubt" standard used in criminal cases.
"GlaxoSmithKilne-- $600,000,000 under the False Claims Act
In October of 2010, GlaxoSmithKline agreed to pay $750 million to settle a
case involving systematic deceit related to product contamination and dosage
irregularities at GSK's plant in Cidra, Puerto Rico. Drugs affected
include Paxil, Avandia, Avandament, Coreg, Bactroban, Abreva, Cimetidine,
Compazine, Denavir, Dyazide, Thorazine, Stelazine, Ecotrin, Tagamet,
Relafen, Kytril, Factive, Dyrenium, and Albenza. Of the $750 million
settlement, $600 million was civil and $150 million was a criminal penalty."
Protection from Retaliation on the Job
Harassment or ostricization by management and fellow employees is common in
such situations, and the people may even be fired, demoted, or suspended (in
my case also disabled amongst many other aggravating / criminal acts).
Justice Department provides a remedy for "victims"who are discharged,
demoted, suspended, "or in any other manner discriminated against in the
terms and conditions of employment by his or her employer" in retaliation
for expressing concerns / filing a Justice Department case.
If the court finds an employee was terminated or otherwise mistreated for
filing a lawsuit, the employee is at least entitled to reinstatement at the
same seniority level as if he or she had never left the company, two times
the amount of back pay owed plus interest, and compensation for any "special
damages" sustained as a result of the discrimination / retaliation, such as
attorneys' fees etc.
ALSO DO PLAY ROLE OTHER FACTORS :
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT PROVISIONS
BODILY INJURY PROVISIONS -CIVIL LAW SUIT,
CRIMINAL ACT PROVISIONS
HUMAN RIGHTS PROVISIONS
against terrorism /crimes against Humanity provisions etc., etc., etc.
(Apotex's/ WSiB's / Government's of Ontario victim