The Minneapolis-based bank will have two years to pay off the fines and install improved controls to prevent money laundering through its banking system.
The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint against dental supply industry leaders for conspiracy against dental product buying groups.
Michael Lindell, of the well-known brand My Pillow, sued an industry peer for the second time citing name and advertising technique poaching.
DJO Global subsidiary Empi, which closed down in 2015, had allegedly used “assumptive selling” tactics to overbill a health care program for military members and their families.
Allina suspected that David Matthew Johnson, who was vice president of talent and human resource, had been submitting false mileage and expense reports since 2004.
Casino and horse track records indicate that the suspect spent much of the money on gambling.
The suit alleges that a dental composite material used by the Kerr Corporation infringes on patent rights related to nanotechnology 3M developed for its Filtek brand of dental restoratives.
His hobby grew to the point where he also used company funds to rent out a storage facility when he kept his car collection and car parts, court documents indicate.
The Revenue Department will have less than three weeks to respond to the technology company.