Law360 (October 4, 2019, 6:38 PM EDT) — Arizona-based investor Halo Laboratories LLC has sued an Oregon-based company, claiming it falsely represented plans to use Halo’s money to build a CBD extraction facility when it was actually building an unlicensed marijuana enterprise.
Halo’s Thursday complaint includes counts for federal securities fraud, Oregon securities fraud and breach of contract against Corey Gaines, James Tindall, Aukai King and their company UXTract LLC.
King, who owns the property where UXTract planned to conduct its business, had “total control” over how much material UXTract could process, because county zoning regulations specified that a quarter of the material processed at the facility must come…
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We study the effects of cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive component of cannabis that does not produce the high associated with smoking or using it."There is a lot of debate on the health effects of marijuana and the use of cannabinoids, which are a group of compounds found in marijuana that have anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, anti-nausea and anti-emetic properties. However, there is a lack of solid scientific evidence to guide us in the application of cannabis therapeutics."