INVESTORS SAY ‘ULTRASONIC’ DEVICE MAKER SWINDLED $1.5 MILLION W. Peak Ventures of Canada v. Redding | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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INVESTORS SAY ‘ULTRASONIC’ DEVICE MAKER SWINDLED $1.5 MILLION W. Peak Ventures of Canada v. Redding

15 No. 1 ANMDLR 3Andrews Medical Devices Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

INVESTORS SAY ‘ULTRASONIC’ DEVICE MAKER SWINDLED $1.5 MILLION W. Peak Ventures of Canada v. Redding

15 No. 1 ANMDLR 3Andrews Medical Devices Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

15 No. 1 Andrews Med. Devices Litig. Rep. 3
Andrews Medical Devices Litigation Reporter
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INVESTORS SAY ‘ULTRASONIC’ DEVICE MAKER SWINDLED $1.5 MILLION

W. Peak Ventures of Canada v. Redding

Investors in a Philadelphia-area company are suing its president to recover $1.5 million they put up to help him market medical devices that purportedly use ultrasonic waves to deliver medicine and moisturizing creams through the skin.
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