After Court testimony and an ongoing investigation, assisted by private investigation firm Rick Johnson & Associates, revealed more culprits in the corporate espionage scheme, the original lawsuit was amended to include David Weidenbach of Collective Supply, who was instrumental in illegally enticing High Supply employees to provide him and his team with sensitive and proprietary corporate data. Racketeering claims have also been subsequently filed under the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act against a total of 12 defendants.
“I’m always amazed at what people think they can get away with,” stated High Supply’s President, Anthony Thompson, “and I am surprised at the ongoing snubbing of the Court, including a lack of response from three of the defendants who will now be subject to default judgments.”
A further hearing on additional injunctive relief is imminent, and per High Supply’s filed Court pleadings, the possible seizure of Collective Supply’s assets and recall of all products that they’ve sold to High Supply’s customers as a result of using High Supply’s stolen proprietary information. High Supply is also preparing their evidence to be submitted to federal authorities for a criminal investigation.
Thompson added: “We are grateful that the vast majority of our customers didn’t want to get caught up in an illegal espionage scheme and we keep forging ahead looking after our existing as well as adding new customers to our unique branding system.”
About High Supply
Based in Denver, Colorado, High Supply is an innovative branding and packaging company that specializes in branded, child-resistant packaging for the cannabis industry.
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