As many who followed the rise and fall of Theranos' founder, Elizabeth Holmes, know, the company's California facility lost its license to test blood. Also, Holmes had been banned from being in the blood-testing business for two years.
Well, late yesterday, reports Jeffrey Ng at The Wall Street Journal, she announced that she was appealing those regulatory rulings.
That's not a surprise. On her board and "advising" her is superlawyer, David Boies. He was the mastermind who essentially got hedge fund guru, Steve Cohen, off the hook with the SEC.