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November 5, 2020

Posted  November 5, 2020

Lawrence Gerrans, the former CEO of medical device start-up Sanovas, was sentenced to over 11 years in prison following his conviction at trial on charges arising from his diversion of funds from Sanovas to his personal use, including by transferring nearly $3 million to shell companies he controlled.  During the criminal investigation, Gerrans provided false documents to the FBI, tampered with a witness, and violated a court-ordered bond condition.  ND Cal

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