Jan 102015
 January 10, 2015

oregon medical marijuana cannabis oregonian newspaperI received the following alert from The Canna Law Group, if you are considering entering the marijuana industry in Oregon once legalization is implemented, I suggest you check this event out:

To all marijuana entrepreneurs heading into the brave new world of recreational use in Oregon,
Expect the Unexpected from Measure 91:
In November 2014, Oregon joined Washington, Colorado, and Alaska as the third state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. Measure 91 contains many provisions pertaining to the organization and licensing of recreational marijuana businesses. Measure 91 also puts the fate of the recreational marijuana industry in the hands of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC). Throughout 2015, the OLCC will undertake a rule making process to add additional standards, requirements, and restrictions to Measure 91. As a result, prospective marijuana business licensees need to be prepared.
On February 4, 2015, The Canna Law Team will host a legal educational panel to discuss the issues you need to understand before you pursue registration with the OLCC in 2016.

Our panel will include attorney experts on many important business and legal topics, including:

  • Government relations and lobbying,
  • Corporate formation,
  • Popular trends in rule making and licensing across the various marijuana-friendly states,
  • What Oregon can learn from Initiative 502 in Washington,
  • Product labeling, packaging, and liability issues, and
  • Laying the groundwork now for future growth and expansion under Measure 91.
Network with Other Prospective Licensees:
Our past educational seminars and law firm events also serve to unite industry players. This seminar will be a great opportunity to meet with many of Oregon’s prospective producers, processors, and retailers, in addition to industry attorneys, lobbyists, marketing professionals, and many more.
Seminar Details:
Register online for admission HERE. We look forward to seeing you at the event.

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  One Response to “Event: Recreational Marijuana In Oregon And What To Expect for Your Business”

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    I’m avoiding the seminars because they don’t know any more than we do as the “rules” have yet to be proposed. The fee is much more reasonable at $50 but still, it’s a long way to go. Best to wait in the bar and buy an attendee a beer.
    I was going to go to one in Eugene but instead of throwing away $375, I spent $35 on chatting it up. The verdict? Overpriced babble.

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