Tag "Stanford-StartX Fund"

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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Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund and Magic Stone Alternative Investment, Plaintiffs in MedWhat Lawsuit, Invested in Competitor Sense.ly Without Disclosing to Defendant MedWhat

San Francisco, CA — June 06th, 2018 — According to online records at CrunchBase and provided by MedWhat, Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund and Magic Stone Alternative Investments (MSA), and their partners Suzanne Fletcher, Susan Weinstein, and Jenny Zeng, invested in

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Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund and Caixa Bank’s Caixa Capital Risc Tried Effectuating a Substitute Service of Summons in a Wrong Address

San Francisco, CA — May 03rd, 2018 — The requirements of Code of Civil Procedure 415.20 (b) were not met in the lawsuit by Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund and Caixa Bank’s Caixa Capital Risc. The substitute service of the summons and

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Lawyers of Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund and Caixa Bank’s Caixa Capital Risc against an extension of time granted by Judge

San Francisco, CA — May 26th, 2018 — Superior Court of California approves MedWhat’s order for extension of time to respond to Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund and Caixa Bank’s Caixa Capital Risc lawsuit. The Plaintiffs’ lawyers were against the extension in conversations with

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Plaintiffs in The Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund Lawsuit Against Medwhat.com Seek Mediation

The Stanford University’s Stanford-StartX Fund LLC and MedWhat.com, Inc legal lawsuit has taken a new turn with one of the plaintiffs, Caixa Capital Risc is seeking mediation and removal of the lawsuit. According to UHS SL, an investor and shareholders

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