A cannabis technology company that allows users to review and discuss cannabis strains announced plans to no longer host advertising for unlicensed retailers on the same day a law firm planned on filing a class action suit against it for its advertising policies.

The lawsuit would have been filed by the Los Angeles-based cannabis firm, Zuber Lawler & Del Duca, and would have sought relief under California’s Unfair Competition Law. The law prohibits false advertising and illegal business practices.

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