BY HUGH R. MORLEY
Authorities have charged an employee of a New Jersey medical device company with accepting bribes worth $75,000 in return for helping secure a contract worth millions of dollars for a metallurgical technology company.
The United States Attorney for New Jersey on Wednesday charged Daniel Lawrynowicz, 46, of Monroe, N.Y. with violating the Federal Travel Act in connection with the alleged bribe.
The U.S. Attorney’s office did not identify the medical device company for whom Lawrynowicz worked. But a LinkedIn page posted by a Daniel Lawrynowicz identifies him as an employee of Stryker, of Mahwah, which makes medical devices.