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ODW2019 – Cannabis 101 – Special Industry Risks and Considerations
This webinar examinines some of the many practical and technical considerations, risks, and questions to be carefully considered when advising and transacting with cannabis licensees and establishing new cannabis operations.
Course Category: On-Demand Webinars
Course Level: Basic
CLE Credit: Substantive
CLE Hours: 1
Fees: $45 for Members and $65 for Non-members
Course Materials: Webinar recording and a PDF of the PowerPoint slides.
Description: A high-level overview of the cannabis legal and regulatory framework in the United States examining some of the many practical and technical considerations, risks, and questions to be carefully considered when advising and transacting with cannabis licensees and establishing new cannabis operations.
This on-demand webinar is open to all levels of experience. The content and perspectives discussed should have something for everyone, from beginners new to cannabis and veterans of the industry.
1. Distinguish “Industrial Hemp” and “CBD” under the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, and “Marijuana” Cannabis under the Controlled Substances Act
2. Specific provisions to keep in mind for contracts (and inevitable litigation)
3. Critical questions and recommended steps before engaging in cannabis related transactions
4. Enhanced and on-going due diligence considerations
5. Tax and risk management considerations
Course Year: 2020
After successfully completing this course a completion email will be sent stating that your certificate is now available. To view your certificate and transcript please visit nala.education. Click on the blue arrow in the top right and select transcript. From this menu, you can view or print certificates or your transcript.
Courses are priced for individual use and consumption and are not intended for rebroadcast and sharing.