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Teddy Scott, co-founder and CEO of PharmaCann, and a former partner at Polsinelli.

Sure, profits per partner are nice in Big Law. But medical marijuana is where the real money is at.

At least that’s the case for Teddy Scott, John Leja and Jeremy Unruh, all of whom left their positions as partners in Polsinelli‘s Chicago office in early 2015 to form PharmaCann LLC, one of the country’s earliest cultivators and dispensers of medical marijuana. Less than four years later, the Oak Park, Illinois-based company was sold this week to MedMen Enterprises Inc. for a record high in the budding legal cannabis business: $682 million.

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