Enough of this, I know Mr. Klein from industry association, worked one mile south on I-405 when Rick was CFO of Sonus Pharma in Canyon Park, met him at the Thai Rama restaurant and McDonalds there a time or two. His record is sterling from his days as a CPA at KPMG, arguably the most sucessful global accounting firm, ATL Ultrasound,a very succesfull medical device NASDAQ public company also located in Canyon Park, and Sonus
Each in senior Financial management positions.
One can never say never, Bernie Madoff, founding member of the NASDAQ, being a recent example, but it would sure be a MAJOR character reversal. Really and truly, in one year's bell curve of outliers just how many respected professionals in one year can fall into the 3 std. deviations out category of a wolf in sheep's disguise?!
What odds do U give me that there is substance, and no disgruntlement to the lawsuit?
Have no equity interest in this issue just keeping up on the Seattle biotech scene, and in this case amusement benefits, can be as good as dividends.
Omeros CEO awards options to his brother, a DOD member and preferred employees.
Assuming its correct which you have to do with a filed lawsuit, cn't be a fabrication by CFO and his dcounsel,
Nice ... so whose got the professioalism issue the CFO or the CEO / Board. I don't know, but it reeks doesn't it?
How many of you accredited investors have ever seen stock options issued at different prices at approximately the same time ... Gotta be a SARBOX issue or two with one person holding the titles of CEO, Head of HR, Chief Accounting officer, etc. Where's the Chair of the audit committee other than a coodenfendant in the suit ?
Martini's in Downtown Seattle, today's close only has IPO folks down 39% since going out day.
BTW, anyone have any idea what kind of digs the company occupies in downtown Seattle. Many, probably most, biotechs are out in the lower rent Bothell area. Cash is way too scarce to be working in a class A office tower with views of the ferry crossings, market flying fish, Seahawk / Mariners stadiums, Mt. Raineir, and my home up on a hillside in Bellevue just across the pond. Anyone able to describe 1420 5th Ave Seattle, WA.