Vince Sliwoski
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Last week, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelics Studies (MAPS) made a very big announcement: it had raised $30 million to complete its promising study of MDMA (ecstasy; molly) for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) already has granted MAPS “breakthrough therapy” approval based on earlier trials. With its recent cash […]

Canna Law Blog
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On July 9th, California psychedelic attorneys Hilary Bricken (Los Angeles), Griffen Thorne (Los Angeles), Vince Sliwoski (Portland) and Jesse Mondry (Portland) hosted an interactive webinar to answer questions on the future of legalization and regulation of new drug therapies and alternative medicine, including: efforts to decriminalize and regulate psychedelics and other plant medicines federal and state controlled substances laws and regulations […]

Canna Law Blog
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Register HERE for tomorrow’s FREE webinar! For the last 10 years, Harris Bricken attorneys have counseled countless domestic and international businesses and entrepreneurs on rapidly evolving laws and regulations in the cannabis, hemp, and cannabidiol (CBD) industries. As the legal and regulatory frameworks of those industries begin to solidify, new opportunities are emerging for the […]

Canna Law Blog
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Register HERE for our upcoming FREE webinar! For the last 10 years, Harris Bricken attorneys have counseled countless domestic and international businesses and entrepreneurs on rapidly evolving laws and regulations in the cannabis, hemp, and cannabidiol (CBD) industries. As the legal and regulatory frameworks of those industries begin to solidify, new opportunities are emerging for […]

Griffen Thorne
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Recently, we’ve been writing about ketamine-infusion clinics, which are increasingly popping up across the country (see a list of our past coverage at the end of this post). Over the coming weeks, we’ll dive deeper into individual laws and regulations governing clinics. Today, we focus on some of the high-level requirements of the Drug Enforcement […]

Canna Law Blog
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Register HERE for our upcoming FREE webinar! For the last 10 years, Harris Bricken attorneys have counseled countless domestic and international businesses and entrepreneurs on rapidly evolving laws and regulations in the cannabis, hemp, and cannabidiol (CBD) industries. As the legal and regulatory frameworks of those industries begin to solidify, new opportunities are emerging for […]

Griffen Thorne
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Ketamine clinics are increasing in number in the United States and globally. As we described previously, ketamine is a Schedule III drug under the federal Controlled Substances Act, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for certain medical uses, and may in some cases be used for off-label uses (such as anxiety […]

Jesse Mondry
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Last Friday, May 22, petitioners submitted to the Oregon Secretary of State a ballot initiative (IP 34) seeking to permit the use of psilocybin for therapeutic use under a licensing and regulatory framework administered by the Oregon Health Authority (“OHA”). The submission was quite a feat, especially given the challenges presented by COVID-19 during the […]

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