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California Cannabis SeminarPlease join us this Thursday, September 28th for the California Cannabis Investment Forum in Downtown San Francisco!

Our San Francisco office is hosting this event with fiscal sponsorship from Templar Capital Management and GBDS and associate sponsorship from the NCIA. This Forum will bring together top investors and leading companies in California’s cannabis industry and provide you with the information you need for investing in California’s cannabis space.

Hilary Bricken, who heads up our Los Angeles office. will begin the event with a short talk on the many recent changes to California’s medical and adult use cannabis laws. Carlton Willey, who heads up our firm’s finance group out of San Francisco, will then moderate a panel comprised of early and late stage investors and debt and equity financers with experience in California’s cannabis industry. The following panelists will discuss cannabis industry investing, deal structures, cannabis business concerns in the context of investing, investor red flags in the cannabis industry, and various other matters of increasing importance in the California cannabis investment world:

Allen Gold, Principal at Templar Capital Management

Alejandro Di Tolla, CEO of GBDS

Sherri Haskell, CEO of CannaAngels

Tom DiGiovanni, CFO of Canndescent

Emily Paxhia, Managing Director of Poseidon Asset Management

The California Cannabis Investment Forum will be at Covo Event Space in Downtown San Francisco. Doors will open at 5:45 pm and Hilary’s keynote will begin at 6:15. Hors-d’oeuvres and drinks will be served and a cocktail networking session will take place following the panel discussion.

We look forward to seeing you there, but do NOT delay in buying your tickets. We must cap attendance at 250 and we are very rapidly nearing that number already.

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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.