LaidLaw is an investment banking corporation that has 170 year of operation under its belt. It is a highly respected and prestigious corporation that has been able to not only support new fledgling companies but also be the key to whether or not they succeed or fail. LaidLaw does this by offering expert advice on financial investment choices, steering companies and their CEO’s in the correct direction. Many companies use their services, both domestically in the United States and internationally in Europe, and generally LaidLaw is a well-rounded company. Recently, however, one of their clients has suggested that LaidLaw has been responsible for high monetary losses. This company, Relmada Therapeutics Incorporated, has been involved with LaidLaw for less than a decade. In order to see that something can be done about this high monetary loss, Relmada is seeking the Nevada Court put a restraining order on LaidLaw, making them responsible for paying all monetary losses in the form of compensation.
As mentioned before, LaidLaw is highly respected within the global community. They are being led by Matthew Einer as well as James Ahern, who have helped train the staff members to be highly elite within their field. This means that each employee of LaidLaw is certified to offer expert advice on investment opportunities, placing them at the front lines of whether or not a company is able to be successful or not.
LaidLaw is an important company and can literally build a company from the ground up, with their advice usually the decision breaker in this process. The claims brought upon them by Relmada Therapeutics Incorporated, I believe, are baseless, and I voice my opinion based upon the idea that so many other companies have been happy and ecstatic with the advice they have been given from LaidLaw.