Lynch, Jones & Ryan Sues For $1 Million In The Name Of Accuracy


Businesses are working more closely with academic research centers of late, but these alliances don't always yield the results companies want. Lynch, Jones & Ryan Inc., for example, is suing Wharton School professor Scott Stickel for fraud, injurious falsehood and breach of contract in connection with his research on LJR's Institutional Brokers Estimate System (I/B/E/S) database. LJR is seeking a preliminary and permanent injunction against Stickel enjoining him from distributing his findings.


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