Lawyers for medical cannabis company Curio Holdings head to court in New Jersey next week to seek a license they say was unfairly denied the Maryland-based operator.

The company’s appeal, filed with the Superior Court’s Appellate Division, will sound familiar to anyone watching how regulators award limited licenses in states using point systems to choose winning applicants. In this case, a team of attorneys from Duane Morris representing Curio argue that two competitors “fronted” women owners to secure bonus points given to applicant companies run by women, people of color or veterans.