Violation Tracker Individual Record
N.I. Teijin Shoji Co. Ltd., aka N.I. Teisho of Japan, and an American subsidiary, N.I. Teijin Shoji (USA) Inc., agreed to pay the United States $1.5 million to resolve potential claims under the False Claims Act in connection with the companies' importation and sale of defective Zylon fiber which was used as the key ballistic material in bulletproof vests.