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Cannabis Co. says it was elbowed out of extractor deal

Cannabis tech company SHO Products LLC is seeking at least $1 million in damages in California federal court from an inventor that it claims violated an exclusivity agreement by leasing a commercial cannabis resin extraction unit called the Hashatron without including SHO in the deal.

The complaint, filed Friday by Los Angeles-based SHO, claims Connecticut-based JJG Distributing LLC tried to ditch a deal that allowed it to exclusively market the Hashatron, which uses ice water to extract trichomes from cannabis plant matter to make hashish, after SHO invested $115,770 into developing and marketing the device. SHO says JJG sought to end…

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Published: May 11, 2021

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