Ok so. Law firm and ex-worker resolve pot licensing lawsuit

By Sarah Jarvis (February 2, 2022, 7:53 PM EST) – A Tulsa, Oklahoma law firm has resolved a lawsuit brought by a former employee who accused the firm of conspiring to circumvent US residency requirements. for medical marijuana business licenses, according to a joint revocation stipulation of the parties.

Jones Brown PLLC, its named partners, Logan Jones and Eric Brown, and the firm’s former legal assistant Kathleen Windler said in a two-page filing on Monday that they had dismissed all of their claims and actions in the lawsuit, which was brought by Windler and included a counterclaim by the firm and partners.

The dispute arose out of state law governing Oklahoma’s medical marijuana industry…

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