" . . .As a result of the settlement, Olympus will pay a total of $646 million to the federal and various state governments. Olympus’ violations of the AKS [anti-kickback statute] and FCA [false claims act] were resolved under a three-year deferred prosecution agreement (“DPA”), which requires Olympus to enact certain compliance measures, including a three-year, independent monitorship (with a potential two-year extension). Of the $623.2 million in settlement payments allocated to the FCA DPA, $312.4 million is classified as a criminal penalty, while $310.8 million is designated to settle the civil claims under the federal and various state FCAs. Olympus’ violations of the FCPA were settled by a separate DPA, under which OLA will pay a criminal penalty of $22.8 million and make a number of changes to its compliance procedures, which will be overseen by the same three-year independent monitor. And as if the criminal resolution and civil settlements were not enough, Olympus has also entered into a corporate integrity agreement (“CIA”) with the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the Inspector General, available here, that likewise imposes disclosure, compliance enhancement, and testing requirements on the company for five years. For his part in bringing forth this case, [whistleblower] Slowik will reportedly receive $51.1 million from the settlement of the FCA claims, including $44.1 million from the federal claims and $7 million from the state claims. He doesn’t share in the FCPA recovery. . . . "