Tag "MedWhat"

Debra Zumwalt, General Counsel of Stanford University, sued for Tax Fraud & Money Laundering

In never ending legal battle between medical artificial intelligence company MedWhat, it’s CEO Arturo Devesa, and Stanford University, the General Counsel of the university, Debra Zumwalt, was sued in May in Superior Court of Santa Clara County for Tax Fraud

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Complains of corruption against San Francisco Judge Ethan Schulman and Judge Richard Ulmer in MedWhat Stanford University fraud case

MedWhat’s CEO Arturo Devesa responds to Interrogatories in Stanford-MedWhat lawsuit Discovery phase and in turn Devesa as an individual is sanctioned by Judge Ethan Schulman $11,000 ordering Devesa to answer to all questions without objections, pay Stanford University $11,000, even

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Motions for Sanctions Against Stanford University in MedWhat case

In escalating MedWhat-Stanford University fraud case, MedWhat CEO Arturo Devesa has filed a Motion to Sanction Stanford University for making false statements in pleadings. Motion reads: TO ALL PARTIES AND THEIR COUNSEL OF RECORD: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on August 26th,

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In Stanford University fraud case, allegations of conflicts of interest and biases by San Francisco Judges

In ongoing fraud case between technology startup MedWhat and its CEO Arturo Devesa against its investor Stanford-StartX Fund LLC, as well as Stanford University, Stanford General Counsel Debra Zumwalt, and Stanford endowment CEO Robert Wallace, Cross-Complainant Arturo Devesa filed in

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Stanford University Receives Bank Account Subpoenas in Court as Part of Tax Fraud Lawsuit

In ongoing litigation battle in SF Court between MedWhat and the University, Stanford University and its venture capital firm “Stanford-StartX Fund Limited Liability Company” have received subpoenas for their bank accounts related to investments made by Stanford-StartX Fund LLC from

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Stanford University Endowment Deputy steps down shortly after Tax Fraud lawsuit is filed in San Francisco Court

After Silicon Valley artificial intelligence startup MedWhat and its CEO Arturo Devesa filed a lawsuit on May 1st for Tax Fraud, Securities Fraud, and IP Misappropriation against Stanford University and its endowment Stanford Management Company, the university has announced its deputy

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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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