J&J COURT CASE FOR CONFIDE OWNERSHIP ARGUES THAT ARBITRATOR'S AWARD IS EXCESSIVE; ARBITRATION DECISION GIVES HOME HIV TEST ASSETS TO MILLENSON
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Johnson & Johnson's Direct Access Diagnostics business should take "extraordinary precautions" to preserve the assets of its Confide home HIV testing service until litigation over ownership of the assets is resolved, attorneys for former DAD President and CEO Elliot Millenson say in a July 26 letter to J&J.
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