Commercializing Cannabis in the Face of Regulatory Uncertainty

Legal Advice CannabisDespite Federal and state legislative actions allowing the cultivation, sale and marketing of cannabis, regulatory and legal risks remain for the industry.  What is the current state of play, and how is it evolving?  Is it possible to market consumer goods containing CBD or other cannabinoids?  What are the regulatory and litigation risks?  What restrictions are there on financing cannabis businesses?  How is COVID-19 impacting cannabis businesses?  Dorsey attorneys will be addressing these questions and more in a webinar on April 30, 2020.  Our panel will guide you through the legal and regulatory thicket and will address the industry’s most pressing questions.

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Chip Magid

Chip Magid

For over 25 years, Chip’s clients have benefitted from his tenacity, creativity, insight and strategic thinking in handling high-stakes lawsuits. His success in trials across the country also enables Chip to forge pragmatic solutions to complicated business disputes. Chip also works with his clients to reduce their liability risks and to help them navigate the federal regulatory system, particularly in connection with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

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Sativa Rasmussen

Sativa advises clients from startups to established market leaders on corporate and transactional matters, internationally and domestically. Her practice involves advising clients on corporate transactions including entity formation, startup funding (debt and equity issuances), general contractual and governance matters, secured debt facilities, internal restructurings/rollups, and mergers and acquisitions.

Joe Lynyak

Joseph Lynyak III

Joe is a long-time adviser to the financial services industry, with a depth of experience that allows him to "connect the dots" for clients in the complex (and sometimes conflicting) regulatory and statutory schemes confronting financial intermediaries.

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