MedMen Targets Enforceability Of Ex-CFO's Contract At Trial

By Craig Clough (October 26, 2021, 10:57 PM EDT) -- The former chief financial officer of MedMen spent Tuesday under cross-examination fielding questions aimed at convincing a Los Angeles jury that the terms of his employment agreement he claims the cannabis giant breached are unenforceable because he crafted his own deal with nonexistent negotiations.

MedMen's attorney William F. Dugan of Baker McKenzie methodically walked ex-MedMen CFO James Parker through numerous emails and documents in an effort to support his argument that Parker's agreement was not negotiated at arm's length because Parker himself controlled the entire process.

Among the details Parker confirmed is that he never elicited feedback from a compensation committee...

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