Court Issues Temporary Restraining Order Against Laidlaw & Company

Laidlaw & Company is a well-known investment investment bank. A few months ago, a US Federal Court issued a temporary restraining order against the company. Laidlaw & Company’s principals, Matthew Eitner and James Ahern, were also issued a temporary restraining order.

The reason why the court issued the restraining order was to prevent Laidlaw & Company is because Laidlaw is accused of disseminating statements that are misleading and not true. It was also issued to protect the interests of stockholders of the company Relmada.

Relmada has filed a lawsuit against Relmada, and the court order was issued in response to that. Apparently Laidlaw attempted to take control of Relmada by disseminating misleading information and false information. The CEO of Relmada, Sergio Traversa, said they were pleased at the court’s decision to issue the order.

About Laidlaw & Company
The company’s principal owners are Matthew Eitner and James Ahern. Laidlaw & Company is a popular investment bank that offers wealth management services and alternative investments services. Laidlaw has offices around the world, including the United States and Europe.

Laidlaw employs over 150 employees, and they have a strong focus on healthcare investment. The company has experience with helping various types of companies quickly raise capital.

If any company is interested in raising capital so they can grow, then contact Laidlaw & Company. I highly recommend doing business with them.

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