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MedMen Enterprises Inc. et al v. Brent Cox et al: Petition to Compel Arbitration

Petition to Compel Arbitration before ADR Services Inc. in MedMen Enterprises Inc., of Canada; MM CAN USA Inc., of California; MM Enterprises USA LLC, of Delaware; Adam Bierman, and Andrew Modlin v. Brent Cox and MMMG-MC Inc., of the British Virgin Islands, at the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles.

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MedMen Enterprises Inc.;MM CAN USA Inc.;MM Enterprises USA LLC;Adam Bierman;Andrew Modlin



November 07, 2019


Litigation;Public Companies



Brent Cox;MMMG-MC Inc.


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