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7th Annual Cannabis Law Conference 2023

Emergent corporate, regulatory, financing, and business considerations for cannabis practitioners

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    MCLE is pleased to offer this program to an in-person audience at our Boston conference center in addition to the live and recorded webcasts. Masks are encouraged.

    Nationally, the cannabis industry continues to experience unprecedented growth. Despite increasing numbers of states having legalized cannabis in some form, as well as widespread public approval for federal cannabis reform, the interplay between complex state regulatory schemes and continued federal prohibition continues to pose inherent legal uncertainties.

    Counsel for marijuana or hemp businesses must address unique legal issues relating to regulatory compliance, state and local licensing, financing restraints, and federal prohibition and policy, while also addressing standard business law issues. This Conference analyzes advanced emerging topics in the cannabis industry pertinent to business law practitioners—including challenges, opportunities, and strategies encountered in licensing, permitting, compliance, debt and equity financing, mergers and acquisitions, workouts and receiverships, and tax considerations. Hear the latest from expert panelists who provide insight into the complex business and legal issues underlying cannabis business operations.

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    Jessica H. Burgess, Esq., Department of Agricultural Resources, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston
    Mitzi S. Keating, Citrin Cooperman, Providence
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