Former JHL Executives Face Prison Over Trade Secrets Theft
Pleaded Guilty Over Conspiring To Commit Trade Secret Theft And Wire Fraud
Two former JHL Biotech executives have been handed prison sentences after pleading guilty to a charge of conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets and wire fraud, in relation to the Taiwanese firm’s development of multiple biosimilars.
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