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Stuart and Alisa, what have you done?

Discussion in 'Galderma' started by anonymous, Jan 29, 2019 at 11:38 AM.

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  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    WHAT THE HELL IS THIS??!
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Haha, it's proof of what kind of bottom-feeders you have for so-called leaders over there at Galderma, Buttercup. *gets out extra popcorn*
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    This isn’t good at all... read the entire document. Nice leadership we have.
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I clicked through and read the entire 107 page lawsuit. So, Holly and Lucy Live were stolen??? From an Allergan rep????

    SMH
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Thanks for posting the link! Sad that we find out what is going through this site rather than our company.
    Our leaders don’t trust us...and we should not trust them!
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    LOL, from the lawsuit: "McCrea told Ms. Rios that a Truinject-Allergan partnership would be a mistake, claiming that Allergan steals technology from potential partners and would steal Truinject's technology."
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Unbelievable! Ethical behavior???
     
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    What is this Stuart?????

    There are some really good people in this company, and we deserve better leadership. No malicious deceptive executives.
     
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Looks like some spaz trying to get money from deep pockets Nestle before sale.
     
  10. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

     
  11. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    "On 5 March, 2016, Truinject (Ms. Rios and Steve Carlton) met with Nestle Skin Health in Washington, D.C. In attendance for Nestle Skin Health were Raetzman, McCrea, and Streit. During the meeting, Raetzman discussed Nestle Skin Health's interest in licensing Truinject's technology, a potential global deal, and a desire for the timeline to move quickly. He stated that Nestle Skin Health was "very interested in using the technology that you so cleverly developed to help us convert accounts and help us in different ways," and "we are willing to pay you for that." This discussion included augmented and virtual reality technology, and various technologies.

    "Raetzman stated that Roger's review of the technology, now Head of Medical Affairs for Nestle Skin Health, would be the final step in Nestle Skin Health's due diligence. Raetzman also stated that Nestle Skin Health did not have the core competency to recreate what Truinject had done and wouldn't even know where to begin. Raetzman stated that Nestle Skin Health would prefer to work with a company like Truinject who lives, eats, and breathes the technology and if a comparative study was done, Nestle Skin Health would be open to a profit share with Truinject.

    "Raetzman also said that he did not want to certify or credential medical providers because if a medical provider blinded someone, then Nestle Skin Health could be liable. Raetzman said, "If something happens, I don't wanna be, ya know, "Yes, we credentialed this person." I put a plaque up in their office that says they're qualified to do this, and then somebody got blinded or or something.""
     
  12. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Stuart lied
     
  13. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    "Alisa Lask, as a vice-president of Nestle Skin Health for North America, was and is involved with all business decisions, including meetings between Truinject and Nestle Skin Health and its employees. Lask masterminded and had actual knowledge of the fraudulent scheme to acquire Truinject's confidential information and trade secrets to build [competing products, Holly and Lucy Live].

    Lask knew that:

    -Raetzman fraudulently represented that Nestle Skin Health was interested in partnering with or acquiring Truinject;

    -Rogers fraudulently represented that he was evaluating [Truinject's Kate technology] on 7 February 2017;

    -McCrea fraudulently represented that Nestle Skin Health was going to provide a term sheet to Truinject; and

    -Lopez fraudulently represented that she was presenting Truinject to Nestle Skin Health's SHIELD for a potential partnership or acquisition of Truinject.

    Lask knew that the foregoing conduct was to be undertaken in an effort to obtain Truinject's confidential information to build [Holly and Lucy Live]. Lask intended that Truinject would alter its position based on Raetzman's, Rogers's, McCrea's and Lopez's suggestions, assertions, or suppressions of a fact and, in reliance, share its confidential information with them.

    Had Truijnect known of the falsity of Raetzman's, Rogers's, McCrea's, and Lopez's representations and his/her true intentions, it would have never shared its confidential information with him/her.

    Lask provided substantial assistance to Raetzman, Rogers, McCrea and Lopez in defrauding Truinject, including:

    -Selecting and directing sales representatives, such as Lopez, to approach Truinject about presenting Truinject to SHIELD;

    -In late 2016, directing Lopez and her team to call Truijnect and gather Truinject's confidential information;

    ... As a result of Lask's aiding and abetting and specifically directing Raetzman's, Rogers's, McCrea's and Lopez's deceit, Truinject has been damaged in an amount to be proven at trial.

    Lask's conduct was intentional, willful and malicious and was intended to cause injury to Truinject. Truinject is therefore entitled to an award of exemplary and punitive damaged in an amount to be determined at time of trial."
     
  14. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    OH MY GOD #LucyLies
     
  15. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Bunch of criminals with no morals or ethics. Great example of leadership
     
  16. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    We all know how this will go down. Alisa and Stuart will deny, they will all downplay or ignore it... this is disgusting, cannot believe we just had our NSM. They should simply resign and we should pay and be done!!
     
  17. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Some leaders always get away with it!! It’s not fair on the workforce and sets a bad example. Wonder what else they have done?
     
  18. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Quintin, what say you?? This lawsuit details extremely serious ethics violations, to say the least!! WE ALL complete the mandatory ethics training every year. Good people have been fired by this company for one-off poor decisions, but what tops this?? Can we trust that you and legal are investigating this, or are you all part of the white-wash to put the best spin on the strategic review? ? God knows we don't expect an answer on frigging cafepharma, but for god sake tell us what's up internally!!
     
  19. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    You are 100% right. We should have heard something internally. Ignoring the topic or going into hidding is not the right strategy.