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WEBINAR - Leasing to a Cannabis-Related Business: Banking, Permitting, Zoning, Rent, Indemnification, and Insurance

WEBINAR – Leasing to a Cannabis-Related Business: Banking, Permitting, Zoning, Rent, Indemnification, and Insurance

Register HERE! With some form of cannabis use legalized in most of the U.S., commercial property owners are increasingly presented with opportunities to lease to cannabis-related businesses. State regulations legalizing CBD, hemp, and recreational and medical cannabis, as well as conflicting federal laws, require real estate and business attorneys to consider a variety of complex

FREE Webinar - Cross-Border Cannabis

FREE Webinar – Cross-Border Cannabis

Register HERE! As the march toward legalization in the US goes on, there are more Canadian companies and brands looking to enter the US market and many US companies and brands looking to understand and potentially enter the Canadian market. This Cross-Border Cannabis event, presented by Torkin Manes LLP and Harris Bricken, provides an opportunity to understand the

FREE Webinar – Planning Cannabis in Our Communities

FREE Webinar – Planning Cannabis in Our Communities

Register HERE! Join Hilary Bricken and Professor Van Butsic of University of California – Berkeley for a FREE Lunch and Learn event on Thursday, April 15th from 12PT- 1:30 PT. The panel will discuss environmental impacts, policy, licensing implications, and other important considerations for local governments and communities.   This Lunch and Learn event is

Differences Between U.S. and EU Trademark Law: An Overview

Differences Between U.S. and EU Trademark Law: An Overview

By: Gisella Zuñiga Galván* Though there are similarities in the European Union and the United States trademark systems (for example, registered trademarks under both systems are valid for ten years), there also are major differences. This post highlights some of the major differences in the trademark laws between the U.S. and the EU because it is these differences that