The NY Times reports on bribery and kickbacks at Insys:
It also said Mr. Roper, then the district sales manager for a territory that included Manhattan, emailed sales representatives, reminding them to repeatedly tell their speakers of “one simple guideline” — if they did not write prescriptions, there would be no speaking engagements. As he put it, according to the indictment: “NO SCRIPTS. NO PROGRAMS.”
One of the defendants, Dr. Goldstein, sometimes did not even stay for a meal at the programs where he was the featured speaker, instead ordering food from the restaurant and leaving with it, according to the indictment.