In what I imagine is going to become a frequently increasing occurrence, the scheduled FTC v. Redwood Scientific Technologies trial has been pushed back.
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A decision on whether Jason and Eunjung Cardiff are in contempt remains pending, but in the meantime several other motion decisions have gone against them.
The Redwood Scientific Technologies comedy roadshow continues… Jacques Poujade’s appeal has been denied. And Jason and Eunjung Cardiff are facing contempt for a second time.
Jason and Eungung Cardiff are challenging a previously granted preliminary injunction. The injunction is part of the FTC’s case against Redwood Scientific Technologies, which the Cardiff’s own.
Jacques Poujade’s attempt to reverse an order directing him to surrender money and assets has been denied.
Rather than comply with an order directing him to follow several monetary and asset surrender orders, Jacques Poujade has filed an appeal. Poujade is appealing an October 29th order, which imposes monetary fines running into tens of thousands for non-compliance.
A long history of ignoring court directives has resulted in an incarceration order for Jason and Eunjung Cardiff. Jacques Poujade, who the FTC allege helped the Cardiffs conceal hundreds of thousands of dollars, will also be fined $5000 a day for non-compliance.
The FTC vs. Redwood case seems to have fallen off my calendar, likely due to me forgetting to pen down an update. In any event I was reminded of the case earlier today by a reader. Looking at the case docket, wooh it’s a bit of a doozy.
Redwood Scientific Technologies defendants Jason and Eunjung Cardiff, along with third-party Jacques Poujade, have been ordered to appear before court on July 30th. At the hearing they’ll be required to explain continued failure to comply with a previously granted restraining order – failing which they face potential incarceration.
A defendant in the FTC’s case against Redwood Scientific Technologies has agreed to a permanent injunction and suspended monetary judgment.