Employees Drop Retaliation Suit Against Mich. Pot Grower
By Sam Reisman (June 15, 2021, 1:24 PM EDT) -- Two former employees have dropped their lawsuit against a Michigan medical cannabis grower that they alleged fired them for threatening to blow the whistle on unlawful payroll practices.
In a notice filed Monday in Michigan federal court, Nick Humphrey and Chris Ravey said they had voluntarily dismissed their action against their Lansing-based onetime employer HG Lansing LLC and its principal, Thomas Saad Jr.
The notice said that each party will bear their own costs and that the dismissal is with prejudice, but did not include any other details.
Humphrey and Ravey filed their Fair Labor Standards Act complaint in March, alleging...
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