The company is disappointed (Wow! what an understatement) and they hope to resolve this in a fair and just matter. Let's see if Stryker can buy their way out of this one with Ned Lipes testifying in front of a Senate Investigation Panel with Chris Christie helping them out by referring his mentor to represent the company. Conviction of these charges could lead to a significant monetary fine. Stryker Biotech could also be excluded from participating in federal and state healthcare programs which could adversely affect their business.
As a matter of policy, Stryker will not have any comment on these allegations. Why are the foot soldiers going to jail when they probably were following orders. TSB wants to know who ordered the Code Red?