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Pot Equipment Maker Beats Sho Products $1M ‘Hashatron’ Suit

A Connecticut-based manufacturer of products to extract hash from cannabis has beaten a $1 million lawsuit filed by a company that accused it of unlawfully seizing a machine called the Hashatron, with a California judge accepting the defendant’s demurrer.

In a one-page minute order for a case management conference, filed Wednesday, Judge Mark V. Mooney sustained a September demurrer filed by JJG Distributing LLC, noting that there was no appearance on behalf of the plaintiff, Sho Products LLC. Court records indicate that previous counsel for the plaintiff stopped representing Sho Products last month.

Sho Products had claimed in a July suit…

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Sarah Jarvis on Law360

Published: November 19, 2021

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