By Craig Clough (November 18, 2021, 8:56 PM EST) -- The former chief financial officer of MedMen should not receive "a dime" for his claims he was forced out of his role after complaining about a toxic environment and potentially illegal activity, a lawyer for the cannabis giant's founders told a California jury during closing arguments Thursday.
Nigel Burns, who represents MedMen's two founders, told the jury that plaintiff James Parker is just "making stuff up" to support his claims, and the evidence showed he never documented a single concern to the company's board or anyone else about a toxic work environment or illegal activity by his clients, Adam Bierman or...
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