A medical marijuana dispensary started by two former Big Law partners has hit a bump in its pursuit of a Pennsylvania facility, and the ability to open it may rely on federal courts.

PharmaCann, which was founded by former Polsinelli partners Teddy Scott and John Leja, has found itself caught up in litigation over opening its business in a Philadelphia shopping complex. Scott is still the CEO of PharmaCann, and former Polsinelli lawyer Jeremy Unruh is its general counsel.

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