Cannabis Software Co. Says Unwanted Texts Suit Still Flawed

By Sarah Jarvis (November 18, 2019, 6:26 PM EST) -- A cannabis industry software company has once again asked a California federal court to toss a proposed class action brought by consumers who claim they received unsolicited texts from dispensaries, saying the customers still haven't shown the case belongs in the Golden State.

Colorado-based Baker Technologies Inc. and parent company Tilt Holdings Inc. said in a motion to dismiss Friday that California residents Richard Komaiko and Marcie Cooperman knew they had to tie the companies' conduct to California to survive a motion to dismiss their Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action. So they amended their original June complaint to include allegations that...

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