California has regulated a largely legalized marijuana market; the federal government, not so much.
Just how are businesses to operate under a system of regulation that is, to say the least, fluid and evolving. How is a business – often a very large enterprise – to move through the myriad regulations and keep its executives out of Leavenworth?
YLR host Jeff Hayden is joined by a distinguished panel: Courtesy of Goodwin Procter, LLP, Brett Shuman is the chair of the firm’s San Francisco office and co-chairs the firm’s cannabis practice, from Weaver Johnston Nelson, PLLC Richard Cheng developed a cannabis regulatory and corporate practice starting in late 2013 and has been listed as a top 250 cannabis expert by Databird Research Journal and a global top 200 cannabis lawyer by Cannabis Law Report & Cannabis Law Journal, from Ragghianti | Freitas LLP, in San Rafael, Habib Bentelab is a corporate attorney with clients both in and outside of the cannabis industry who regularly speaks at industry conferences and bar associations on the legal issues facing California’s cannabis industry, Whitney Hodges is a partner in the real estate, land use and natural resources practice group in Sheppard Mullin’s San Diego office where she is the leader of the firm’s cannabis industry team, which was recently recognized as Law360’s practice group of the year, and courtesy of the San Jose office of Berliner Cohen, Josh Borger practices commercial and civil litigation in a variety of areas and is a very frequent guest on your legal rights.
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