VPL Medical has been given till May to get profitable. As per an April 2nd order, the Receiver (will) no longer be authorized to fund VPL operations out of funds designated for consumer redress after this month. The order follows the FTC’s revelation that VPL is blowing through $200,000+ in Receivership funds a month.
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About a month ago this was the status of VPL Medical’s mask sales: As of February 24, 2021, no new sales contracts have been executed. As per a joint status report filed on March 26th, here’s the latest: As of March 24, 2021, no sales contracts have been executed. Oh my.
With the future of VPL Medical hanging in the balance, on January 25th CEO Jason Cardiff told the Court that VPL “is currently talking to HHS and other federal and state agencies and believes that it is very close to landing some major contracts….” As revealed in a joint operating report filed one month later [Continue reading…]
In an ex-parte motion requesting instruction from the court, the Redwood Receiver has accused Jason Cardiff of inappropriate conduct. The inappropriate conduct pertains to the Receiver believing that Cardiff and VPL Medical are ‘seeking to use their fee application positions to incentivize the Receiver to act improperly for their benefit.’
Jason Cardiff’s request for $42,596 a month to cover his family’s expenses has been reduced to $4300 a month. Of the $4300 granted, $2500 covers child support leaving $1800 for “groceries and daily necessities”.
The FTC has opposed the Cardiffs’ latest attempt to access frozen funds, alleging the couple are still actively concealing assets in contempt of court.
Despite being found to be in contempt, last month Jason Cardiff dodged incarceration based on representations that VPL Medical was a viable business. In a nutshell, the court ruled that Cardiff being put to work for VPL was of more benefit to the FTC than incarceration. As part of that arrangement, the court-appointed Redwood Receiver [Continue reading…]
Jason Cardiff has once again been called out as a lawyer in a California District Court. Unfortunately although being found in contempt, Cardiff has managed to dodge prison time.
The FTC has moved for summary judgment against all counts filed against Jason and Eunjung Cardiff. Default judgment has also been sought against their company Redwood Scientific Technologies.
Even before their July 24th contempt hearing, the Cardiffs continued to serve up fresh delicious popcorn. On the eve of their contempt hearing, Defendants Jason and Eunjung Cardiff filed nearly 1000 pages of unsolicited, unexplained exhibits, without leave of court. What is more, they failed to comply with sealing procedures under the Local Rules for [Continue reading…]