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CAMDEN, PA — Trial has been set for December 1 for Mark S. Kleinman, 46, who pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and mail fraud involving the bribery of maintenance employees for overpriced cleaning products and billing for products never delivered, the Inquirer reported recently. The Inquirer reported that William Martin Dunlap, 58, of Schaumburg, IL., who worked for Bell & Howell Co. of Chicago, received about $100,000 in bribes and Ricky Ward, 46, of Columbia, SC, a former employee of Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital in Columbia, reportedly received about $30,000 for arranging payment of fraudulent invoices; both face up to five years in federal prison and fines up to $250,000 after pleading guilty to mail fraud charges. For related information, click here. To return to today''s news, click here. To discuss this topic with other industry professionals, click here. For a free introductory subscription (or subscription renewal) to Cleaning & Maintenance Management magazine, the leading publication for the facility maintenance and contract cleaning industries, click here.