Jushi Settles With Curaleaf Over Former CFO Edward Kremer Lawsuit

The company has entered into a confidential settlement agreement with Curaleaf and with its former Chief Financial Officer, Edward Kremer, to resolve claims it asserted in a lawsuit filed on July 15, 2022, including a claim asserted against Kremer for breach of his employment agreement and a claim asserted against Curaleaf for tortious interference.

 

Here’s the press release

BOCA RATON, Florida, August 08, 2022 – PRESS RELEASE – Jushi Holdings Inc., a vertically integrated, multi-state cannabis operator, announced that it entered into a confidential settlement agreement with Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. and with Jushi’s former Chief Financial Officer, Edward Kremer to resolve claims Jushi asserted in a lawsuit filed on July 15, 2022, including a claim asserted against Kremer for breach of his employment agreement and a claim asserted against Curaleaf for tortious interference. Under the terms of the settlement agreement: 1) Kremer has reaffirmed and agreed to abide by his other continuing obligations to Jushi under the terms of his employment agreement in exchange for a limited waiver of his non-compete to allow him to accept employment with Curaleaf, and 2) Curaleaf has made certain commitments to strengthen the commercial relationship between Jushi and Curaleaf.

“We are pleased to resolve this matter promptly and reach an amicable agreement which strengthens our commercial relationship with Curaleaf,” said Jim Cacioppo, Jushi CEO, chairman and founder. “This agreement strengthens some of our core markets and gives us access to an even greater group of consumers across our footprint.”

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