A California decide has dominated that MedMen Enterprises should abide by an employment contract and pay the legal fees of a former chief monetary officer who sued the marijuana multistate operator.
The decide dominated that the employment contract is “clear and unambiguous” in requiring Los Angeles-based MedMen to reimburse former CFO James Parker for up to $500,000 a yr in legal fees, Regulation360 reported.
But the court docket did maintain out the risk that MedMen might later efficiently argue that the employment contract isn’t legitimate.
Parker sued MedMen in January 2019, alleging breach of contract, wrongful termination and different misconduct reminiscent of marketing campaign finance violations in Nevada.
His multimillion-dollar lawsuit additionally portrayed a hostile work setting.
MedMen has known as the lawsuit baseless.