A Strained Relationship with Laidlaw

Laidlaw, an internationally recognized and highly prized investment banking corporation, has recently been under fire for from one of its clients for proposed monetary loss and breach of contract rendered. The accusations towards the investment banking giant come from Relmada, a company that focuses its business model on a host of different therapeutic solutions to offer customers ease from a variety of ailments. Relmada claims that LaidLaw has caused high levels of damage to their company and are responsible for a great deal of monetary loss over the course of several years. In order to protect itself from future damage Relmada is not only seeking monetary compensation for these losses but has sought a restraining order from LaidLaw as well from the Nevada court.

LaidLaw has been in business for over 170 years and has brought investment and financial advice support to a nearly endless number of companies found both domestically in the United States and internationally in many countries in Europe. Matthew Eitner and James Ahern, representatives and high ranking board members of the company, have helped create a modern day culture at LaidLaw that is customer driven and focused.

The accusations brought against LaidLaw are, in my opinion, completely baseless and need to be re-evaluated. LaidLaw is a corporation that trains its staff to the utmost limit of professionalism, ensuring that advice given is of the highest quality and value in order to promote business growth, not ruin. Relmada Therapeutics Incorporated has come from way out in left field with their lawsuits and claims against this landmark company and should try and locate the true source of their monetary hardships, focusing primarily on the positive notes of LaidLaw and on the friendship that both companies have developed over the course of their nearly decade long relationship together.