Laidlaw & Company Are Under Fire

Laidlaw was recently attacked by Relmada for being deceptive in their communication processes. Relmada went to a US Federal Judge, requesting that an indictment be issued against Laidlaw for their poor communication style. The court responded with a temporary restraining order against the principals, Matthew Eitner and James Ahern. Many people in the debate trace it back to Laidlaw’s attempt to buy out Relmada financially. Relmada protested the issue, saying that Laidlaw was being bossy.

Glassdoor reviews of Laidlaw are not flattering. Employees complain of long work hours and poor treatment. One says, “I was on the phone all day.” Another agrees with the bad environment, “very low salary requires long work hours and devotion to the telephone.” Other Laidlaw employees complain of unprofessional conduct onsite.

Laidlaw and Company was founded in 1842 in New York. Today, it is a large private investment bank with a history of helping to facilitate business investment. Hopefully, Laidlaw and Relmada’s feud will soon boil down, otherwise further actions might be necessary to expose the problems that seem to permeate Laidlaw’s corporate structure.