Over the next month or so, Harris Bricken will be putting on three lunch-time webinars relevant to starting and operating a cannabis business. All three will be from 12 to 1:15 pm Pacific Time and all will be at no charge.
The first of our webinars will be with by Botec Analysis, a leading drug and crime policy research and consulting firm. This webinar, “Rights, Opportunities, and Responsibilities of California Municipalities Regulating Cannabis,” will be on Thursday, December 14. BOTEC’s Brad Rowe and Harris Bricken’s Hilary Bricken will discuss the legal and policy and regulatory issues California’s local governments need to know about MAUCRSA. To learn more about this webinar and to register for it, please go here.
Our second webinar, “What You Need to Know Now to Get Your California Cannabis License on January 1,” will be on Monday, December 18. Featuring two of Harris Bricken’s Los Angeles-based attorneys, Hilary Bricken and Julie Hamill, and two of our San Francisco-based attorneys, Alison Malsbury and Habib Bentaleb, this webinar will give listeners an overview of the recently issued emergency MAUCRSA rules governing medicinal and adult use cannabis licensing and operations in California. It will cover the licensing process for each license type, operational standards for all license types (including renewable energy requirements for cultivators), the 6-month “transitional” period for product and operations, major changes between the MCRSA and MAUCRSA rules, and key unknowns posed by the rules. You can register for this free webinar here.
On January 11, four of our cannabis lawyers from California, Oregon, and Washington will discuss both how to avoid cannabis disputes and how to prevail should you be involved in such a dispute. Will Patterson, John Mansfield, Hilary Bricken, and Vince Sliwoski will lead this webinar and they will cover the following topics:
- The present state of cannabis litigation
- Emerging trends in cannabis litigation
- Disputes involving cannabis partnerships and other business entities
- Intellectual property disputes involving cannabis
- Cannabis product liability disputes
- Federal law issues inherent in every cannabis case
- Nuisance cases against cannabis businesses
- Arbitrating and mediating your cannabis disputes
- How disputes involving cannabis businesses differ from other disputes
To register for this free webinar, please go here.
All webinars will accept audience questions before, during, and after the presentation. For logistical questions or to send questions to presenters in advance of the webinars, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to having these discussions with you.