In case you missed our January webinar on cannabis litigation, please find it below.
In case you missed our webinar on getting a license in compliance with California’s Medicinal and Adult-Use Regulation and Safety Act (“MAUCRSA”), the video replay is below.
Check back next week for the recording of our cannabis litigation webinar, the final webinar in our lunch-time webinar series.
And for a re-run of our recent webinar on webinar on the “Rights, Opportunities, and Responsibilities of Municipalities Regulating Cannabis”, go here.
In case you missed our December webinar on the “Rights, Opportunities, and Responsibilities of Municipalities Regulating Cannabis,” please find it below.
If you are involved in the marijuana industry, understanding business disputes and how to avoid them is critical. Tomorrow, January 11, from 12pm to 1:15pm, four of Harris Bricken’s cannabis business attorneys and litigators will present a webinar on how to avoid cannabis disputes and how to prevail should you be involved in such a dispute.
Led by Vince Sliwoski, Will Patterson, John Mansfield and Megan Vaniman, this webinar will cover the following topics:
We look forward to next week’s discussion!
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If you plan to pursue a California cannabis license or to work in any capacity with a California cannabis business, you should be sure NOT to miss today’s FREE webinar on what you need to know to ensure successful licensing and ongoing compliance with California’s Medicinal and Adult-Use Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) rules.
From 12 to 1:15 pm, two of our Los Angeles-based cannabis attorneys, Hilary Bricken and Julie Hamill, and two of our San Francisco-based cannabis attorneys, Alison Malsbury and Habib Bentaleb, will give an overview of the recently issued emergency MAUCRSA rules governing medicinal and adult use cannabis licensing and operations in California.
The webinar will cover the licensing process for each license type, operational standards for all license types (including renewable energy requirements for cultivators), the 6-month “transitional” period for product and operations, major changes between the MCRSA and MAUCRSA rules, and key unknowns posed by the rules.
Go here to register.
And while you are at it, please check out and sign up for our free webinar on cannabis litigation, set for January 11. Click here to sign up for that.
Former Attorney General Gonzales is right; regardless of one’s opinion about cannabis (and we all know how the current administration feels about cannabis!), it simply does not make sense to spend time and resources prosecuting state-legal cannabis businesses. Our country has too much on its plate to waste time and money prosecuting businesses that work hard to comply with state law and that have already been operating successfully for years without issue. Didn’t we learn this from prohibition?
Do you agree?
Please join us today from 12 pm to 1:15 pm Pacific for a webinar on the rights, opportunities, and responsibilities of California municipalities regulating cannabis. The webinar will feature Brad Rowe of BOTEC Analysis, a drug and crime policy research and consulting firm, and Hilary Bricken of our LA office, who will present on the information, data, and legal and policy considerations local governments need regarding MAUCRSA and their ability to regulate or ban cannabis.
Topics covered during the webinar include:
Brad and Hilary will address audience questions both during and at the end of the webinar.
Local governments in California are squarely in charge of who gets to participate under MAUCRSA; they are on the front lines of policing operators while balancing communal impact and concerns. As such, don’t miss this webinar to better educate yourself on the range of policy and tax choices and regulatory and legal oversight mechanisms available to local governments under MAUCRSA. To register, please go here.
On January 11, 2018, Harris Bricken will present a FREE lunch hour webinar on cannabis litigation. Please click here to sign up.
Harris Bricken’s cannabis litigators have been handling cannabis disputes for years. These cases involve business entities including partnerships, corporations, and LLCs; intellectual property; employment; investment and financing; landlord-tenant issues; and administrative actions. As the cannabis industry expands, litigation in these areas, as well as in new areas such as product liability and patents, will increase.
Cannabis cases are different than any other type of business litigation, and nearly every case has a federal law component. State legalization has also led to an enormous statutory and regulatory apparatus that cannabis businesses — and their lawyers — must navigate every day. To meet the needs of the cannabis industry, Harris Bricken has experienced and dedicated civil litigators in its Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles offices, including Vince Sliwoski, Hilary Bricken, John Mansfield, and Will Patterson. These lawyers will speak on various topics, including:
If you are in the cannabis industry, understanding business disputes and how to avoid them is critical. And if you are unfortunate enough to find yourself in a dispute, you need advisors experienced in handling these issues. We hope you will join us next month for a lively panel discussion on this important topic. Go here to sign up.
In the meantime, here is a healthy list of articles regarding cannabis litigation:
If you are looking to get involved in California’s soon to be massive legalized cannabis industry, you do not want to miss our upcoming webinar, entitled, “What You Need to Know Now to Get Your California Cannabis License on January 1,” will be on Monday, December 18, from noon to 1:15 p.m.
Featuring two of Harris Bricken’s Los Angeles-based cannabis attorneys, Hilary Bricken and Julie Hamill, and two of our San Francisco-based cannabis attorneys, Alison Malsbury and Habib Bentaleb, this webinar will give listeners an overview of the recently issued emergency MAUCRSA rules governing medicinal and adult use cannabis licensing and operations in California. It will cover the licensing process for each license type, operational standards for all license types (including renewable energy requirements for cultivators), the 6-month “transitional” period for product and operations, major changes between the MCRSA and MAUCRSA rules, and key unknowns posed by the rules.
You can register for this free webinar here.
We will be taking audience questions before, during, and after the presentation. For logistical questions or to send questions to presenters in advance of the webinars, please email email@example.com.
We look forward to “seeing” you there.