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Mexico Medical Cannabis: Fully Legal, But Is It Open?

In our last post, as well as in our Mexico cannabis webinar last month (replay here), we examined the implications, business opportunities and requirements to take advantage of the Medical Regulations that recently entered into force in Mexico. Yes, medical cannabis is now fully legal in Mexico. However, that does not mean that you are able

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FREE Webinar! Cannabis in Mexico Part 2: The Q&A Session

Watch HERE! On January 28th, in partnership with Mexico-based law firm Lawgic, Harris Bricken hosted the webinar “Cannabis in Mexico” (replay here). That webinar covered the basics of what stakeholders can and can’t do right now in the Mexican medical cannabis industry, what lies on the horizon for adult use, and how Mexico treats industrial

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Cannabis in Mexico: The Webinar Video Replay

For anyone who was not able to join our January 28th webinar on Cannabis in Mexico, we’ve got you covered! Below, please find the full presentation for your viewing pleasure. Don’t forget to watch the follow-up webinar, Cannabis in Mexico Part 2: The Q&A. Watch HERE!   You can access the Cannabis in Mexico PowerPoint slides

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Cannabis in Mexico: FREE Webinar Tomorrow, January 28!

WATCH HERE! Mexico will soon be the largest country in the world to legalize cannabis and now is the time to start preparing for that. Join Harris Bricken for a FREE hour-long, Q&A webinar tomorrow, Thursday, January 28th, at 12pm PT to learn about cannabis legalization in Mexico and how you can best position yourself to

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Medical Cannabis is Fully Legal in Mexico: Now What?

On Thursday, January 28, we will be hosting a FREE hour-long webinar discussing the business side of medical and recreational cannabis in Mexico. REGISTER TODAY!   In our last post, we alerted you on the publication of the new Regulations on Sanitary Control for the Production, Research and Medical Use of Cannabis and Its Pharmacological Derivatives (the “Medical Regulations”). In

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BREAKING NEWS: Cannabis for Medical Use Just Became Fully Legal in Mexico

Mexico’s Regulations on Sanitary Control for the Production, Research and Medical Use of Cannabis and Its Pharmacological Derivatives (the “Regulations”) were published today in the Federal Official Gazette, for entry into force tomorrow. These Regulations come more than three years after the amendments to the General Health Law and the Federal Criminal Code we discussed

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FREE Webinar – Cannabis in Mexico

WATCH HERE! Mexico will soon be the largest country in the world to legalize cannabis and now is the time to start preparing for that. Join Harris Bricken, in partnership with Mexico-based law firm, Lawgic, for a FREE hour-long webinar on Thursday, January 28th, at 12pm PT to learn about cannabis legalization in Mexico and how

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FREE Webinar – Cannabis in Mexico

WATCH HERE! Mexico will soon be the largest country in the world to legalize cannabis and now is the time to start preparing for that. Join Harris Bricken for a FREE hour-long webinar on Thursday, January 28th, at 12pm PT to learn about cannabis legalization in Mexico and how you can best position yourself to

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Mexico Cannabis Trademarks: Register Them NOW!

On Thursday, January 28, we will be hosting a FREE hour-long webinar discussing the business side of medical and recreational cannabis in Mexico. REGISTER TODAY!   In a recent blog post we considered the evolving situation concerning the registrability of cannabis trademarks in Brazil. Today we turn our attention to Mexico. As a starting point,

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Mexico Cannabis Legalization is Postponed (And That’s OK)

On Thursday, January 28, we will be hosting a FREE hour-long webinar discussing the business side of medical and recreational cannabis in Mexico. REGISTER TODAY!   As I recently reported on this blog, last November the Mexican Senate approved an amended Cannabis Law bill. That bill was sent to the Lower Chamber for discussion and approval. The Lower Chamber duly