Never Mess With Clint! …. Clint Eastwood Wins $2M in Trademark Infringement Suit Over Fake CBD Endorsement

Remember this from over a year ago. Eastwood has pursued it to the inevitable final conclusion. This is is 2nd win in as many years The Hollywood Reporter The actor-director accused a company of illegally using his celebrity to drive traffic to its website selling CBD products. Clint Eastwood was awarded $2 million in a lawsuit […]

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Santa Barbara County Prosecutors Move Against Five Cannabis Operators

The Santa Barbara Independent reports Five former North County cannabis operators are scheduled for hearings this month in Superior Court in two separate cases; the charges they face include alleged perjury, unlawful cultivation and sale of marijuana, and conspiracy to commit a crime. The two cases — Herbal Angels and Santa Barbara Greenland Deliveries, or SBGD […]

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Squire Patton Boggs want court to dismiss cannabis group’s trade secrets claims

Attorneys for law firm Squire Patton Boggs and former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner are asking a Washington, D.C., court to dismiss a lawsuit from a cannabis advocacy group that alleged the firm stole talking points about marijuana legalization. The lawsuit claimed that Boehner withdrew from a deal to join the organization before starting his […]

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Former Canna Regs Execs Drop Fyllo Sale Lawsuit

Green Market Report The cannabis tech firm CannaRegs announced that a lawsuit that was filed against it has been dismissed. CannaRegs is a  technology platform that provides users enhanced access to all state and municipal cannabis rules and regulations. It was acquired by Fyllo in January 2020. Fyllo is another cannabis tech firm whose CannaBrain marketing technology ingests and […]

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Florida: Trulieve unlawful background checks $60,500 class action lawsuit settlement

Top Class Actions reports Trulieve agreed to pay $60,500 to resolve class action lawsuit claims it violated FCRA with unlawful background checks. The settlement benefits Trulieve applicants and employees who suffered from adverse employment action as a result of a background check obtained since Sept. 17, 2017, who were not provided notice, a summary or […]

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Marijuana Moment: Justice Department Response In Medical Marijuana Patients’ Gun Rights Lawsuit Delayed Due To SCOTUS Ruling

In light of a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on gun rights, the Justice Department has asked for more time to respond to a lawsuit challenging the federal ban on medical marijuana patients purchasing and possessing firearms. That suit, which was brought about by Florida Agriculture Commissioner and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nikki Fried, along with a handful […]

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New Jersey – Cannabis Business Times Report: 5 Cannabis MSOs Fined $360K in New Jersey; 2 Companies Respond

CBT report.. In February, New Jersey cannabis regulators delayed rolling out adult-use cannabis sales on the premise that existing medical retailers did not have the capacity to serve both customer types at that time. Two months later, when the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) approved seven of New Jersey’s 11 medical cannabis operators to expand their operations to […]

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