I recently read an article on PRNewswire about the amended complaint against Laidlaw from Relmada Therapeutics. Relmada Therapeutics is a clinical stage company that develops new therapies for chronic pain. Their principal investment company was Laidlaw for quite some time, but Laidlaw did a series of bad moves, so the company decided to file a complaint against them. It seems like Laidlaw disclosed a lot of confidential and false information to potential clients of Relmada Therapeutics. This caused the company to lose clients and it also caused them to lose a lot monetarily. Because of that, Relmada Therapeutics decided that they were going to seek monetary damages.
From the article it does seem that Laidlaw has a long history of committing infractions against many of their clients. Their board of directors includes James Ahern and Matthew Eitner. They were not able to come to an agreement with Relmada Therapies, which may prove that they are not honest, but it could also prove that they are willing to stick by their defense. I am really not sure how to take the article, because there is really no clear cut way to find out if a company is honest or not.
Laidlaw is a company that is a full service investment banking and brokerage firm. They are a company that offers personalized investment advice for companies. They are also a company that works with individuals that have a high net worth. Laidlaw is a company that was started 1842, and they have offices in Europe and the US.
Laidlaw has over 150 employees around the world, and they are a company that has relationships with clients all around the world. They are a company that encourages their employees to think outside the box. Laidlaw is known as a company that helps their clients to grow financially.