Fired Pot Co. Accountant Says She Had Duty To Report Error

Law360 (July 15, 2020, 10:06 PM EDT) -- An accountant alleging she was wrongfully terminated from a Pennsylvania medical marijuana company pushed back Tuesday against the company's bid to toss the case, saying she was punished for attempting to report a bookkeeping irregularity that the company says never even occurred.

The latest filing in Pennsylvania federal court comes in response to Ilera Healthcare's June 30 motion to dismiss, in which the company blasted ex-employee Krisa Kotori's amended complaint alleging that she was fired for flagging a $14,000 accounting discrepancy. The company called Kotori's complaint "a fruitless attempt to manufacture a cause of action where none exists."

"Indeed, she does not...

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