In this CLE, you will learn about best practices and how to avoid common pitfalls in the rules of professional conduct. The panel will also provide an update on current proposals growing out of the attorney-as-gatekeeper discussion.
This is the final installment of INCBA’s Business Law - Formation series. This panel will discuss the nuts and bolts of raising money including, securities laws, what is a security, registration requirements, exemptions to registration, types of investment vehicles, and investor disclosure documents.
Since the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp, there are now two distinct commercial industries: pharmaceuticals / wellness and industrial. In the pharmaceutical and consumer wellness areas, there is an explosion of innovation and new products. In the industrial market, there is increasing interest in light of sustainability and carbon capture considerations.
Focusing on the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act (CAOA), the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act (MORE), and the States Reform Act (SRA), our panelists will discuss how these proposals would change how the the relevant agencies (such as USDA, FDA, TTB, and PTO) regulate the cannabis sector.
With legalization initiatives moving quickly in the Tri-State Area, prospective operators are gearing up for what will inevitably be a competitive licensing process. In this session, attorneys will delve into the laws in: New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut.
Our distinguished panel of judges will hear argument from both sides—petitioners and the government—and make a decision regarding the legality of marijuana’s continued classification as a Schedule I substance. Come see the exciting hearing unfold!
While jurisdictions such as Canada have given us a glimpse into some of the legal issues faced by a country choosing to legalize federally, other models have since emerged. What are these new jurisdictions? What do they have in common? What legal issues are they facing? Join us for a showcase of other countries who have recently “emerged” to join the global adult use, therapeutic, and industrial hemp markets.
This panel will provide real life practical solutions to the question the cannabis industry faces: how do we level the playing field in a highly regulated, highly competitive industry? We will discuss how to practically implement social equity efforts beyond what states and municipalities have been offering and discuss recommendations for federal legalization.