Are you wanting to learn more about international business law ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best international business law podcasts of 2021.
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Fred Rocafort is an attorney with the International law firm Harris Bricken. He says forced labor is involved in every stage of the supply chain, like mining raw materials or producing components, and it’s happening all over China.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s policy of rejecting applications to register trademarks that identify nonhemp cannabis products, as well as certain hemp CBD products, reflects an unduly doctrinaire approach that ultimately makes Americans less safe.
Cannabis business attorney Hilary Bricken said California’s market is treacherous even for experienced operators, with dense layers of constantly shifting regulation, heavy taxes and competition from the still-booming illicit industry. Pot remains illegal federally, which can make loans and other banking services hard to find.
The Business Review spoke to an attorney working with cannabis industry clients about what to expect as New York state lays out the rules for starting recreational marijuana businesses: “The call I’ve now had dozens of times is everyone wants to know what they can do to get to the front of the line now.”
The cannabis industry’s cultural holiday comes with more celebrations than usual this year. Hilary Bricken of Harris Bricken highlights the changes this year that have resulted in an optimistic look for the industry and cannabis’s continued legalization. She discusses the SAFE Banking Act, MORE Act, and the legislative support of statewide cannabis legalization on Canna Law Blog.