Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer Sues Marijuana Delivery App | Abc7.com

“We would strongly disagree with any assertion that this is a lawful business model,” Feuer added. Nestdrop co-creator Michael Pycher has previously said the service was in compliance with the law. “We have every intention to comply with the law. We are not trying to skirt around anything,” Pycher said. The lawsuit does not mean the operation has to shut down immediately, but the city attorney says the company could rack up severe civil penalties if it continues to operate. They’re asking for $2,500 per day since at least Nov. 12, 2014. Ultimately, a judge will make a ruling at a later date. In a statement released today, Pycher said, “We are saddened by the city attorney’s recent attempt to restrict patients access to their legal medicine and intend to fight this.” Feuer says the lawsuit against Nestdrop is part of his office’s ongoing efforts to crack down on illegal medical marijuana operations.
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