Stratagene CEO Says More Adverse Court Rulings Could Be 'Lethal' for Company | GenomeWeb
At an investors’ conference this week Stratagene shareholders peppered company officials with questions about the firm’s recent litigation woes, causing Chairman and CEO Joe Sorge to say that a continuation of adverse rulings against the firm could be “potentially lethal.”

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