JHL Biotech Executives Convicted Over Trade Secrets Theft
As Renamed Firm Eden Biologics Appoints New Chief Executive
Two former JHL Biotech executives, Racho Jordanov and Rose Lin, have been convicted in the US of conspiracy to commit trade secret theft and wire fraud after submitting plea agreements. Meanwhile, the company – now named Eden Biologics – has just announced a change of CEO.
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