After falling out, oregon cannabis retailer accuses grower of theft

An Oregon bud retailer is seeking $3.3 million in damages in lawsuits filed against a former grower and business partner for alleged defamation, trademark infringement and online harassment.

The lawsuits filed against Justin Crawn following a dispute between the parties over several harvest failures, The Oregonian reported.

Suits were filed in Deschutes County Circuit Court in August and September, according to the newspaper.

The allegations include:

  • Crawn and his nephew took bud seeds, plants and light from the manufacturing facility.
  • The Crawns engaged in harassment involving anti-Semitism and threats of violence against Oregrown CEO Aviv Hadar as well as accusations he “purchased the sale of mold-contaminated cannabis. ” Hadar has asked the court to order a halt.

The Oregonian said rsquo & it wasn;t able to reach the Crawns for comment.

But after the first suit was filed last month, Crawn’s lawyer told the Bend Bulletin the theft allegations weren’t accurate and a counter-complaint would be submitted.

Released at Wed, 26 Sep 2018 20:30:19 +0000

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