Former Eaze CEO Jim Patterson To Be Charged In $100M Cannabis Pay Processing Case

U.S. prosecutors will charge former Eaze Technologies Inc. CEO Jim Patterson in a case surrounding $100 million in credit card-based cannabis payments.

According to Law360, citing court records, Patterson will be charged on Feb. 19.

A trial is scheduled for March 1.

What's Alleged: The charges against Patterson connect to a Manhattan district case alleging that two businesspeople — Ruben Weigand and Hamid Akhavan — duped banks into processing cannabis .

Patterson's charges have not been revealed. Court …

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