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It Could Happen to You: Cannabis Agency Litigation (Webinar Replay)

In case you missed our April webinar on cannabis agency litigation, please find it below. For a replay of the other webinars in our lunch-time cannabis series, please see: Rights, Opportunities and Responsibilities of Municipalities Regulating Cannabis What You Need to Know to Get Your California Cannabis License Cannabis Litigation West Coast CBD After the

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Intellectual Property Law Panel Next Week at MJBizConNEXT

Next week on June 11th, I will be speaking on a panel during the Cannabis Law Sessions, which are being hosted by the National Cannabis Bar Association in conjunction with MJBizConNEXT and the Hemp Industry Daily Conference. Together with my colleagues, we will be covering a wide range of intellectual property issues faced by startups

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Washington CBD Webinar June 19: Hemp-Derived CBD Locally and Nationwide

On June 19, 2019, at 1:30 PST, the Washington State Bar Association’s Cannabis Law Section will be presenting an online CLE on hemp. I’ll be joined by my esteemed colleagues to shed some light on hemp laws both nationally and here in the Evergreen State. You can register to join us here. We’ll cover a host

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The Business of Marijuana in Oregon: Join Us May 17!

In exactly two weeks, on May 17, 2019, our own Vince Sliwoski will co-chair an all-day continuing legal education (CLE) event in Portland called The Business of Marijuana in Oregon, along with Danica Hibpshman, Director of Statewide Licensing at the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC). The roster of speakers lined up for this CLE is better than any year

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Cannabis Agency Litigation: Free Webinar Next Tuesday, April 23rd

Watch the webinar HERE! Our California, Oregon and Washington cannabis lawyers often receive calls from panicked license holders facing violations from cannabis agencies. These violations have included monetary penalties, notices of non-renewal or straight up cancellation. If you’re a cannabis licensee, you know that the license is your most valuable asset. Without it, your business

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Cannabis Agency Litigation: Free Webinar April 23

Watch the webinar HERE! Those who have been running businesses in the cannabis industry for years, as well as those that are working hard to become licensed, know it is not a simple task to stay in compliance with state and local regulations. The complexity of such regulations can cause businesses to inadvertently make mistakes,

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Keeping Up with Harris Bricken: Cannabis Law Events

February’s webinar “West coast Hemp-CBD After the Farm Bill” was a success! All of those involved at Harris Bricken enjoy hearing your positive words and questions. For those seeking more of the valuable information throughout the webinar, March holds many opportunities for you to attend events where Harris Bricken attorneys will be presenting. Read on

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West Coast Hemp CBD After the Farm Bill: The Video

In case you missed it, or would like to revisit some of the information, below is the recording from last week’s lunch hour webinar on west coast hemp CBD after the Farm Bill. Stay tuned for future posts answering some of the questions we weren’t able to get to during the webinar. Until then, enjoy!

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And Best Democratic Experiment Goes to . . . (Legal?) Weed at the Oscars

MarketWatch ran an article last week on how this year’s Academy Award swag bags “are packed” with “legal” cannabis. I’m always happy to see an article like this because it means California legalization is working. And yet, these glam-o, cannabis friendly goodie bags are a good reminder to cannabis businesses (and the ancillary businesses that support

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Free Lunch-Time Webinar TOMORROW: West Coast Hemp-CBD After the Farm Bill

Watch the webinar HERE! Congress passed the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (better known as the “Farm Bill”) in December 2018 which removed hemp from the federal Controlled Substances Act. This further resulted in hemp-based cannabidiol or “hemp-CBD” legalization. Despite their federally legal status, hemp-CBD products are now more in question than ever, different state