LaidLaw is a high ranked investment banking firm which supports a multitude of different companies within the business sector. Recently it has been released that one of their top ranking clients, Relmada Therapeutics Incorporated, has moved forward with a lawsuit in Nevada against the investment bank. This lawsuit has stemmed from recent monetary losses that the company has faced in what they blame LaidLaw for. The lawsuit also includes multiple accusations of contract breaches. LaidLaw stands by its professionalism and denies these claims but that Relmada has sought a restraining order from the company in order to protect itself from possible future harm.
LaidLaw has been serving both the domestic and international business fronts for over 170 years. Their leading company officials Matthew Eitner and James Ahern have helped move the company forward into new levels of globalization, supporting a host of different corporations both well situated and fledgling, in a number of investment advisory services.
One of the key focal points of LaidLaw is to ensure that their clients are able to make a profit on their investment choices. This means direct diversification of investment options in order to not spread investment money too thin. These reliable and highly favored advising suggestions come from LaidLaws elite class of working professionals; men and women who are highly trained and specialized to give correct and efficient advice to clients looking to broaden their business horizons.
The accusations brought upon LaidLaw by Relmada is, in my personal opinion, baseless and should be primarily swept under the rug. The company has built for itself a strong reputation that can be attributed to a customer driven culture of professionalism, and these accusations against them can not be possibly true. There needs to be a call to re-evaluate what Relmada has said.