Ousted co-founders sue leaders of marijuana tech company Dutchie

The co-founders of marijuana e-commerce platform Dutchie, whom the company said stepped down earlier this month, are suing the current leadership, claiming they’re the victims of a conspiracy to remove them.

According to Law360, Ross and Zachary Lipson – the brothers in 2017 founded Bend, Oregon-based Courier Plus, which does business as Dutchie – filed a lawsuit Dec 7 in Delaware’s Chancery Court against Executive Chair Timothy Barash and board directors Karan Wadhera, Wilder Ramsey, Gaurav Ahuja and Thomas Linovitz.

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The Lipson brothers claim in the suit that:

A “blatant ambush” at a Nov. 28 board meeting led to their removal from their posts and the board “for cause.” The defendants changed company voting agreements so Barash could become CEO.

The complaint seeks an order from a judge declaring that the brothers’ removal was unlawful and that Ross Lipson is still CEO, Zachary Lipson

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