Mudslinging After BioZone Settlement Stumps Judge

Law360, San Francisco (March 2, 2017, 7:36 PM EST) -- A California federal judge said she couldn't think of a palatable solution to dueling allegations that the founder of BioZone Laboratories Inc. and the investors he sued for stripping him of his company violated their settlement’s nondisparagement clause, saying she didn’t want to pass out sanctions, since “everybody disparaged everybody.”

BioZone founder Daniel Fisher sued investors Michael Brauser and Barry Honig, among others, in 2012, claiming that they’d left him without a promised role in newly created BioZone Pharmaceuticals Inc. The dispute was settled in September 2013. In January 2017, Fisher filed a motion to enforce that settlement, claiming a property...

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