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Trade lawyers are closely following Bedford’s case, including Adams Lee in Harris Bricken’s international-trade practice, who says: “This currency manipulation subsidy is definitely more interesting than the twist-tie case itself.”Read
“I would say we get calls on this stuff almost every week,” Vince Sliwoski, managing partner at Harris Bricken, told Business Insider. Harris Bricken is a boutique law firm that has been taking on cannabis clients since 2010. Recently, it’s taken on psychedelics clients as well.Read
Vince Sliwoski, an attorney with the Harris Bricken law firm, theorized that federal courts are “sliding backward” in regards to honoring contracts involving cannabis companies. He cited several recent decisions to make the case that cannabis litigants might be better served in state courts.Read
“I think it also shows [that federal agencies] are working in good faith and want to make rules that work for the industry,” he said. “They actually want it to grow, and taking feedback from folks in the industry is a good way to help understand what needs to be done.”Read
Implementation of the DEA’s Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (21 CFR Parts 1308 and 1312) is hugely problematic, warns Nathalie Bougenies at Canna Law Blog, because intermediary hemp is a necessary component of the cannabinoid industry.Read