Mealey's Emerging Drugs and Devices Newsletter (Vol. 5, Issue 19,
10/5/00, p.23, "3 Acquitted, 1 Guilty Of Misleading FDA In Heart
Monitor Case") reports a criminal trial involving Haryash Gugnani, who
was charged witn making "false claims and statements" to the FDA in
connection with a heart monitor. The 21-day jury trial took place in
Maryland U.S. District Court in the 12 months preceding Sept. 30,
2000. ( http://18.104.22.168/search?q=cache:I-qeeGP5SbwC:www.uscourts.gov/judbus2000/appendices/c09sep00.pdf+%2BHaryash+%2BGugnani+&hl=en&lr=lang_en&ie=UTF-8
3 people were acquitted; 1 was convicted. The full report gives
details. You can order a transcript for $15 from Mealey's here:
The document number of the official opinion is Doc #28-001221-101 and
that can also be ordered. The official index containing references to
United States v. Haryash Gugnani is here:
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I could find no other instances of litigation, civil or criminal,
involving Haryash Gugnani during the time period you specified.
If you need any clarification, please don't hesitate to ask. I hope
this information has been helpful to you.