Ok so. Law firm says suing employee for pot licenses a dud

By Sam Reisman (January 20, 2022, 9:12 PM EST) – Tulsa law firm Jones Brown has dismissed a former paralegal’s negligence lawsuit, saying she was awarded more than $700,000 in payment for his role in an alleged scheme to circumvent the state residency requirement for medical marijuana license holders.

In a counterclaim filed Jan. 10 but made public online this week, the company and its named partners, Logan Jones and Eric Brown, told an Oklahoma state judge that former employee Kathleen Windler should being prevented from making her claims because she was also guilty. .

“Whatever the damage [Windler] suffered, they were caused solely or largely by his own…

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