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Cannabis company licensee seeks $400,000 over unpaid commissions

A minority owner of a West Hollywood, California, cannabis shop has sued her partners for breach of contract, alleging that they have refused and failed to pay her for $255,000 worth of consulting services, which she says was part of the purchase and sale agreement in the sale of the shop.

Jackie Subeck filed a complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Monday against Lemonade Holdings LLC; her own shop, Door Number Six LLC; and her partners, Sholom Goodman, Freddy Braidi and Kerim Ortanca — all of whom are co-owners of DN6. She is seeking just over $400,000 in unpaid…

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Published: November 02, 2021

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