Cannabis Agency Litigation: Free Webinar April 23

Cannabis Agency Litigation: Free Webinar April 23

Cannabis Agency Litigation: Free Webinar April 23

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Those who have been running businesses in the cannabis industry for years, as well as those that are working hard to become licensed, know it is not a simple task to stay in compliance with state and local regulations. The complexity of such regulations can cause businesses to inadvertently make mistakes, which can lead to really serious violations that at times end up in monetary penalties, or even worse–license revocation.

To avoid losing your business’ most valuable asset, learn how to get ahead of the compliance curve. Our cannabis lawyers have been guiding clients through agency litigation and enforcement for a long time, and we are here to help. To learn more about how to avoid the time, effort, and cost of agency litigation, and how to navigate litigation against the state when needed, please attend our free webinar entitled “It Could Happen to You: Cannabis Agency Litigation and Enforcement” at noon Pacific on April 23, 2019. Featuring Harris Bricken lawyers Daniel Shortt (Washington), Jihee Ahn (Oregon), and Griffen Thorne (California), this webinar will provide an overview of agency enforcement and litigation against cannabis companies.

Drawing from their experiences across all west coast states, the panelists will discuss:

  • Inter-agency appeals
  • Administrative litigation and the Administrative Procedure Act
  • State enforcement priorities and communicating with state authorities in the event of a violation
  • State court litigation against agencies
  • Enforcement actions and written and verbal notices of violation against licensed operators and unlicensed companies and how to mitigate early and often

Moderated by Vince Sliwoski, the panelists will address audience questions throughout the presentation. To register for the webinar, please go here. Please feel free to write to firm@harrisbricken.com with any questions.

We hope you can join us!

Source: Canna Law Blog

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