This Ganjapreneur report highlights a new lawsuit in which… A Florida-based attorney has filed federal lawsuits against at least three cannabis companies in Michigan, claiming the companies sent unsolicited marketing text messages or automated phone calls without proper consent.

At least three Michigan cannabis companies are facing class-action lawsuits over their alleged use of unsolicited telemarketing, MLive reports. This year, Florida attorney Andrew J. Shamis filed lawsuits in federal court against MichiCann Medical, AEY Capital, and Light ‘N Up Provisioning and Microbuddery claiming the companies sent unsolicited marketing text messages or automated phone calls without proper consent in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

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Michigan Cannabis Brands Accused of Using Robocalls & Telemarketing