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Harris Bricken cananbis attorneys Nathalie Bougenies and Griffen Thorne will present at the “Nation’s Largest CBD Event” in Las Vegas on February 14th. This Main Stage panel begins at 12pm, and will examine the complex and ever-evolving regulatory framework of hemp CBD. Nathalie, who has written extensively on market regulations and trends, will address ongoing […]

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***ROOM LOCATION HAS CHANGED to UCLA Law School, Law 1430. See below for details. Every month from February through June, Harris Bricken is partnering with UCLA’s CannaClub to lead “Cannabis and the Law,” a seminar series examining the myriad of legal questions and concerns related to the present and future of the United States cannabis […]

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It’s been a crazy two years since California legalized adult-use cannabis with the passing of Prop 64 and the adoption of the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act. On Thursday, January 30th, our own Hilary Bricken will join KCRW’s cannabis round table to discuss the industry’s evolution and future. This is a rare opportunity […]

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On December 4, 2019, at 12:30 PM, Harris Bricken attorney Daniel Shortt and Cascadia Intellectual Property attorney Krista Wittman will be presenting at a seminar put on by the Washington State Bar Association’s International Practice Section titled “U.S. and International Aspects of Cannabis Laws and Legal Practice.” Additional information on the event is available below and […]

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Please be mindful that possessing, using, distributing and selling marijuana are all federal crimes and that this blog is not intended to give you any legal advice, much less lead you to believe that marijuana is legal under federal law.