1. One of MedMen's Largest Outside Shareholders and Former Board Member, Sues MedMen and Alleges Breach of Fiduciary Duty

    One of MedMen's Largest Outside Shareholders and Former Board Member, Sues MedMen and Alleges Breach of Fiduciary Duty

    If that is the case then they need to adopt mainstream corporate governance practices. This industry is exciting and rife with opportunity, but unless we ...

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    1. We have a long history with MedMen - as one of the largest and original shareholders of the company. Sadly, we are backed into a corner here and compelled to take action on behalf of all stakeholders of the company.
    2. Simply put, MedMen is a publicly traded company that is withholding its shares from its shareholders. Management is using conflicted corporate structuring in breach of its fiduciary duty to its shareholders.
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