TrovaGene, Antonius Schuh And Stephen Zaniboni Resolve Employment Dispute
Published: Jul 31, 2017
SAN DIEGO, July 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Trovagene, Inc. (NASDAQ: TROV), a precision medicine biotechnology company, today announced that Trovagene, and Antonius Schuh and Stephen Zaniboni, the company's former Chief Executive Officer and former Chief Financial Officer, have resolved their respective legal claims against each other surrounding Trovagene's termination of Dr. Schuh and Mr. Zaniboni in March 2016. The parties stated that the time had come to focus on their respective endeavors without distraction and expense of further litigation.
Trovagene further stated that, after completing its investigation, it has come to the conclusion that Dr. Schuh and Mr. Zaniboni believed they acted at all times in a manner consistent with their duties as Trovagene officers. Trovagene expressed gratitude for their four years of service and wished them well in their future professional endeavors. Dr. Schuh and Mr. Zaniboni, after completing their investigation, stated they have come to the conclusion that Trovagene's Board of Directors believed it acted at all times in the best interest of the company's shareholders. Dr. Schuh and Mr. Zaniboni wished Trovagene well in its future endeavors.
About Trovagene, Inc.
Trovagene is a precision medicine biotechnology company developing oncology therapeutics for improved cancer care by leveraging its proprietary Precision Cancer Monitoring® (PCM) technology in tumor genomics. Trovagene has broad intellectual property and proprietary technology to measure circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) in urine and blood to identify and quantify clinically actionable markers for predicting response to cancer therapies. Trovagene offers its PCM technology at its CLIA/CAP accredited laboratory and plans to continue to vertically integrate its PCM technology with precision cancer therapeutics. For more information, please visit https://www.trovagene.com.
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VP, Corporate Communications
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