Power3 Asks Court to Dismiss Fraud Claim in Suit Filed by Transgenomic | GenomeWeb

The story originally ran on April 13 and has been updated.

By Tony Fong

Power3 Medical Products this week asked a court to dismiss a claim of fraud in a lawsuit filed by Transgenomic in February.

The lawsuit also accuses Power3 of libel, slander, and breach of contract. The biomarker-based diagnostic firm has not responded yet to those claims.

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