Herbal Brownie Maker Files Libel Suit Over Marijuana Claims

Law360, Houston (November 19, 2012, 5:27 PM EST) -- A maker of herbal relaxation brownies on Friday launched a defamation suit in Texas court against RaceTrac Petroleum Inc. and several media outlets, alleging it lost sales contracts after the companies falsely reported that the snacks contained synthetic marijuana.

The DSD Network of America Inc., maker of Kush Cakes, claims that it was defamed when RaceTrac wrongly alleged in a Louisiana lawsuit that the product contained synthetic marijuana and Courthouse News Service Inc., CSP Information Group Inc., Stagnito Media Inc. and Franchise Law Blog.net all published...
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