Tag "MedWhat"

In StartX lawsuit case, Stanford University CFO, Randy Livingston, already has a prior history of two fraud lawsuits against him

Stanford University’s Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer, Randy Livingston, currently being sued for fraud by StartX company MedWhat, already has a history of two fraud cases against, online legal documents show. Investors filed a class action

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After being sued for fraud, a week later Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund shuts down

The CEO of StartX, Joseph Huang, who runs the Stanford University accelerator, and Randy Livingston, Stanford University’s CFO, announced today Stanford University’s venture capital fund Stanford-StartX Fund LLC is shutting down after 6 years. Stanford University and the Stanford-StartX Fund

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Claims by tech startup of Stanford University misusing its tax-exemption and education mission through venture capital firm Stanford-StartX Fund LLC. and startup accelerator StartX

•  Startup claims it received wired investments directly from Stanford University tax-exempt bank accounts, violating IRS tax laws and Stanford lying in its Form 990 •  In discovery, Startup claims Stanford committed tax fraud by commingling tax-exempt assets with a

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Judge rules in favor of MedWhat and Arturo Devesa against Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund

In MedWhat-Stanford’s continuing lawsuit, a critical court battle occurred on September 27, 2018 in San Francisco. Application For Right To Attach Order And Writ Of Attachment filed by Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund and two Chinese VC firms against Silicon Valley

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Palo Alto Daily Post: Startup, Stanford in Legal Battle

A startup that has built an artificially intelligent chatbot app that answers medical questions is embroiled in an escalating legal battle over investments it received from Stanford and other investment firms. Both sides are accusing each other of deceit. MedWhat.com

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