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Cannabis Law in New York State and the U.S. 2018

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Total Credits:3.0 Professional Practice
 
An Overview of an Emerging Field of Law
• 20,000-Foot View of State Cannabis Reforms – Medical vs. Adult Use vs. Hemp
• Federal Law Governing Cannabis
• The Tensions Between State and Federal Law, Including Preemption Concerns
• Potential Federal Response to State Reforms
Speakers: Professor Robert A. Mikos, Vanderbilt Law School, Nashville, TN Noah Potter, Esq., Hoban Law Group, NYC
 
Development in New York State
• Visible Programs (Medical and Hemp Programs)
• NY License Limits and Attempts to Expand Access/ Registered Organizations
• Invisible Programs
• State Regulatory v. Industry Perspective
• Proposed Full Adult-Use Legislation
Speakers: Professor Robert A. Mikos, Vanderbilt Law School, Nashville, TN Noah Potter, Esq., Hoban Law Group, NYC Jeremy Unruh, Esq., PharmaCann LLC, Chicago, IL
 
Hot Topics in Cannabis Law
• Public Use: Retail Establishments for Onsite Consumption
• Medical Cannabis Use in Schools
• Who Determines What Are “Qualifying Conditions” for Medical Cannabis Use
• State Employment Laws and Medical Cannabis Patients
• U.S. Food and Drug Administration Regulation of Cannabis as a Drug v. Food/Dietary Supplement
• DEA and State Drug Scheduling/Rescheduling
• Corporate Law Including Banking
• Bankruptcy
• Ethical Issues Representing Cannabis Companies
• CBD Products
Speakers: Aleece E. Burgio, Esq., McGuire Development Company, Buffalo Brian J. Malkin, Esq., Arent Fox, Washington D.C. Professor Robert A. Mikos, Vanderbilt Law School, Nashville, TN Noah Potter, Esq., Hoban Law Group, NYC Jeremy Unruh, Esq., PharmaCann LLC, Chicago, IL
 
COMMITTEE CHAIRS
Aleece E. Burgio, Esq., McGuire Development Company, Buffalo
Brian J. Malkin, Esq., Arent Fox, Washington D.C.  

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