International Cannabis: Guidance for Companies Entering the U.S. Market, Part 4 –  Geography Matters

In prior blog posts (see here, here, and here), I described how we field regular inquiries regarding international cannabis, both from companies inside the U.S. looking internationally and from international companies looking to the U.S. market. This post deals with geography issues for international companies seeking to enter the U.S. market. Where to locate...

Hemp Litigation: What Does a Good Hemp Supply Agreement Look Like?

We write and speak often about hemp litigation and the importance of a good hemp supply contract. That’s because a common thread in many of the cases winding through the courts is the lack of a contract that clearly defines the expectations and obligations of the hemp grower and purchaser.  Here are a...

FREE Webinar Tomorrow: Ketamine, Psilocybin and New Drug Therapies

Register HERE for tomorrow’s FREE webinar! For the last 10 years, Harris Bricken attorneys have counseled countless domestic and international businesses and entrepreneurs on rapidly evolving laws and regulations in the cannabis, hemp, and cannabidiol (CBD) industries. As the legal and regulatory frameworks of those industries begin to solidify, new opportunities are emerging for...

ICYMI: The New FinCEN Hemp Banking Guidance

Last week, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), issued new guidance (the “FinCEN Guidance”) for financial institutions working with hemp-related businesses. The FinCEN Guidance centers on due diligence requirements as related to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA). This guidance follows closely on the new National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) guidance for federally-chartered credit...

Cannabis Leases: Eight Important Tenant Considerations

Cannabis laws give landlords a unique amount of control and bargaining power over tenants. This usually translates to above-market rent and one-sided lease agreements. Fighting with landlords is no fun, especially for cannabis tenants who cannot simply relocate to a new property and must deal with their lessor for the life of a...

Hemp CBD Across State Lines: What You Need to Know

The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill) legalized hemp by removing the crop and its derivatives from the definition of marijuana under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and by providing a detailed framework for the cultivation of hemp. The 2018 Farm Bill gives the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulatory authority...

Happy Fourth of July from Canna Law Blog!

Here’s to a great holiday for all of our readers, their friends and families. Enjoy! The post Happy Fourth of July from Canna Law Blog! appeared first on Harris Bricken. Source link

Hemp-CBD: More Federal Courts Stay CBD Cases Until the FDA Issues Regulations

In January, my colleague, Jesse Mondry, wrote about Snyder v. Green Roads of Florida, a case in which the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida stayed a class action lawsuit against a cannabidiol (“CBD”) company until the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) forges a legal path for the manufacture, sale...

The Harvest Trademark is an Ongoing Point of Contention in the U.S. Cannabis Market

Almost exactly a year ago, I wrote about the uptick in cannabis business suing one another for trademark infringement (as opposed to non-cannabis companies suing cannabis companies, which happens a lot and which you can read about here, here, and here). The example at hand was the litigation between Harvest Dispensaries Cultivation &...

Oregon Psychedelics: Psilocybin on the Ballot this November!

On June 29, the folks at “Yes On IP 34” announced that the Psilocybin Therapy Initiative will qualify for the ballot this November in Oregon.  The campaign said it had collected over 164,000 signatures and that its recent submission of additional signatures would comfortably put the initiative above the requirements. This is exciting...
20,179FansLike
2,674FollowersFollow
2,248FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe
- Advertisement -

Must Read