Tag "Stanford University MedWhat Lawsuit"

Judge denies Stanford University’s General Counsel Debra Zumwalt Restraining Order

In an ongoing two years long MedWhat-Stanford-StartX Fund legal battle, San Francisco Court has denied Stanford University’s unusual attempt to create a restraining order against artificial intelligence tech startup MedWhat. MedWhat is part of StartX. StartX is a startup accelerator

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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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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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In Stanford University MedWhat Lawsuit, Startup Claims Fraudulent Use of Convertible Notes by Its Investors to Steal IP

In MedWhat’s lawsuit against Stanford University, the company claims of fraudulent use and abuse of convertible notes by venture capital investors in Silicon Valley to steal IP and use MedWhat temporarily for alternative motives beyond the financial success of MedWhat.

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