The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Sept. 6, 2022.
ON THE SITE
SEC Files Lawsuit Against Cannabis Execs, Alleges Theft Of Investor Money
The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Ohio against Kris Swaffer and Sean Williams, with Swaffer’s wife, Rosalyn, listed as a relief defendant, alleges that two of the three individuals “knowingly or recklessly committed securities fraud” by raising money from investors but used most of it for their own ends. Read more here.
Juul Labs Agrees To Pay More Than $430 Million To Settle Vaping Probe
The charges stemmed from claims that the company misrepresented the health risks associated with its vapes and promoted them to children who are not of legal age to purchase tobacco products. Read more here.
Harvest One Approved To Change Name To Delivra
Vancouver, British Columbia-based Harvest One Cannabis (TSXV: HVT) (OTC: HRVOF) plans to begin operations under a new name on Thursday, now that it has received regulatory approval from the Toronto Stock Exchange. Read more here.
IN OTHER NEWS
The Green Organic Dutchman Closes Sale of HemPoland subsidiary
Under the terms of a share purchase agreement, TGOD sold its full interest in HemPoland to RAMM Pharma Corp. for $1.2 million on closing after customary closing adjustments, in addition to a $150,000 nonrefundable deposit provided in July that was used for operating expenses in HemPoland. Read more here.