The former chief legal officer and president of tech services company Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. allegedly discussed a scheme to bribe government officials during video conference calls, according to an indictment filed in New Jersey federal court.

Prosecutors allege that Cognizant’s ex-CLO, Steven Schwartz, and former president, Gordon Coburn, authorized a construction company to pay more than $3.6 million in bribes to secure a planning permit for a large campus in Chennai, India.

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