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Interstate Commerce in Practice: What will Interstate commerce actually look like, and how will it be regulated?

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CLI2023 Interstate Commerce Bundle | CLI2023 On-Demand
Interstate Commerce
Jason Horst |  Gillian Schauer, PhD, MPH |  William Tilburg, JD, MPH |  Axel Bernabe
1 Hour 01 Minutes
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Interstate Commerce in Practice: What will Interstate commerce actually look like, and how will it be regulated? Assuming interstate commerce will commence before federal legalization, this session will probe the nuances of the federal government's posture toward state-regulated interstate sales will impact how products can effectively move from state to state. Presenters will discuss the practical challenges for regulators and operators in establishing an efficient and well-regulated interstate market.



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Jason Horst's Profile

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Managing Partner

Horst Legal Counsel, PC

Jason Horst is the Managing Partner of Horst Legal Counsel. Jason represents businesses, public entities, professional and nonprofit organizations, and individuals in complex civil litigation and appellate cases involving a wide variety of cannabis, real estate, contract, insurance coverage, and technology disputes. He has a proven record of success representing both plaintiffs and defendants at trial, on appeal, and in alternative dispute resolution proceedings. He prides himself in the ability to deliver creative, efficient solutions to thorny legal problems. Before opening Horst Legal Counsel, Jason worked with some of the top international and regional law firms serving clients in California. His clients receive the deep knowledge and ability of large firm counsel, combined with the affordability of a boutique law firm.Jason serves on the INCBA’s Executive Committee as Vice President of Strategic Planning. He has also been an active member of the National Cannabis Industry Association, where he serves as a member of the Policy Committee and past Chair of the Risk Management and Insurance Committee, as well as the California Cannabis Industry Association’s Risk Management Committee. Jason has been recognized as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers® Magazine and been named as one of MG Magazine’s 30 Powerful Cannabis Attorneys You Should Know.

Gillian Schauer, PhD, MPH's Profile

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Executive Director

Cannabis Regulators Association

Gillian Schauer, PhD, MPH was elected CANNRA’s first Executive Director in 2021, and served as a Senior Advisor to CANNRA before the association’s founding. 

Dr. Schauer has worked in public health and policy for nearly two decades, and has a decade of experience working with federal and state agencies on cannabis policy, data monitoring, and research translation. Through her federal work, she founded and led the Multi-State Collaborative for Cannabis and Public Health from 2014-2021 to foster learnings and cultivate best practices for public health across states with legal cannabis. Prior to working on cannabis policy, Dr. Schauer worked on tobacco control policy. She was the Senior Editor on the 2020 Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking Cessation.

Dr. Schauer is an affiliate researcher at the University of Washington and has more than 65 peer-reviewed research publications on cannabis and other substances. She has a PhD from Emory University, a Master of Public Health from University of Washington, and a Bachelors of Science from Northwestern University.

William Tilburg, JD, MPH's Profile

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Maryland Cannabis Administration

William Tilburg, JD, MPH, teaches online and in-person graduate courses on health law and ethics at the University of Maryland.

In May 2023, Mr. Tilburg was appointed as the Acting Director for the newly established Maryland Cannabis Administration, which is responsible for implementing the State's adult-use cannabis market. Prior to this role he served as the Executive Director of Maryland's medical cannabis program. 

Mr. Tilburg previously served as the managing director for the Legal Resource Center for Public Health Policy at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law and Associate Director of the Network for Public Health Law, where he provided legal and policy support to state and local governments and health departments on a wide range of public health issues, including tobacco control, environmental health, food safety, and drug policy.

Mr. Tilburg earned a BA from Providence College, and his MPH and JD from the University of Maryland.

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Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Director

New York State Office of Cannabis Management

Axel Bernabe serves as Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Director. Axel is responsible for standing-up and overseeing all aspects of the Office of Cannabis Management. Prior to starting the OCM, Axel spent 6 years as chief health counsel to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, overseeing all legal and policy deliberations in the health portfolio. As part of his cannabis responsibilities, he led the expansion of the medical program, directed the launch of the State's cannabinoid hemp program, and drafted and negotiated the Marihuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA). Prior to joining the Cuomo administration, Axel was a partner at an international law firm where he was a nationally recognized antitrust expert, with a focus on the healthcare industry.