Continuing Legal Education for Lawyers
We are excited to again partner with NCIA and present a full day of legal education programming programming at this year's NCIA Cannabis Business Summit in Oakland, California. The NCBA Presents Legal Education Program will be held on June 12, 2017 from 10:00am-6:00 pm. Registration information coming soon.
CLE Topics and Schedule:
Environmental Law featuring (speakers to be announced)
This panel will focus on the environmental laws, regulations, and requirements that cannabis companies must be aware of and compliant with in California and other states.
This program provides an introduction to the legal issues involved in intellectual property (IP) licensing among companies operating in the highly-regulated cannabis industry. The program opens with an overview of key IP assets available to cannabis industry companies and then describes the basic elements of a cannabis industry IP license, key issues and potential pitfalls in these licenses, and the current legal landscape with respect to expanding a cannabis company outside of a single state. All three presenters as well as the moderator have worked as intellectual property attorneys for several years and have substantial professional experience working with clients in the cannabis industry.
This MCLE related to putting safety first in consumer protection in this emerging industry that are timely and have significant current professional and practical content. The presenters are each experience practitioners and will present timely information about how the FDA is interacting with trademarks, advertising, product liability and product recall.
This CLE will provide attorneys with an overview of the factors to consider when advising clients in the cannabis industry on their capital raising efforts. The panelists will discuss how to identify an appropriate financing strategy in light of a company's stage of development, financing goals, and relevant cannabis regulations, and how to execute a private offering in compliance with securities laws.