Vemma preliminary injunction hearing delayed till Sep 15th
As per a Stipulated Motion To Continue Preliminary Injunction filed on August 31st, the preliminary injunction hearing in the FTC Vemma case has been rescheduled for September 15th.
The motion has also resulted in the temporary restraining order granted against Vemma extended to the 18th.
In the meantime, the FTC has been given permission to file “supplemental evidence” and a supporting memorandum no later than 4:30pm on September 8th.
Vemma’s response is due by 4:30pm on September 10th.
Both the FTC and Vemma are then required to file prehearing statements by 4:30pm on September 11th.
As per a Facebook update from Vemma founder and CEO BK Boreyko, dated September 1st:
A lot has happened in the past week, all without this team and myself being able to stand in front of a judge.
Only yesterday were we able to access the home office computers in order for us to produce the data to prepare our defense and prove our innocence.
Because of that, and along with the importance of preparing the best defense possible to help secure a win at this hearing, we have requested a delay.
I agree with this decision because we can’t properly tell our story to the world with just 3 days to prepare.