NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Bio-Rad Laboratories' former general counsel and executive vice president Sanford Wadler has filed a lawsuit against the firm alleging that he was fired due to his efforts to uncover wrongdoing at the company.

In a lawsuit filed on Wednesday with the US District Court for the Northern District of California, Wadler, a 20-year veteran of the firm, says Bio-Rad fired him when he refused to turn a blind eye to evidence of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations in China.

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