San Diego-based stem cell business Stemgenex is the subject of a suit over accusations about stem cell treatments. The company has now filed a motion to dismiss the situation.
To me as a non-attorney, the Stemgenex motion to dismiss seems to emphasize overall vagueness associated with the plaintiff’ s case and argues in part there is insufficient detailed support of each claim.
Through my reading of the plaintiff’ s suit document, the situation seems focused on alleged issues with Internet marketing claims and it offers details mainly on that level. Are all nine promises related to that? I’ m not sure.
The particular motion to dismiss also asserts that there is a insufficient detail on the specific alleged roles of each defendant because pertains to the nine claims. I’ m more used to reading, writing, and critiquing scientific materials (e. gary the gadget guy. papers and grants), so court documents seem somewhat international to me and I don’ t know what the expectations are usually for claims. I do feel like there are some lacunae in terms of particular details of the nine claims in the case, but is that k?rester for the course at this stage?
Stay tuned as we most learn more about this situation and hopefully one or more experts in lawful matters will weigh in on it.