I have been invited to attend the Oregon Marijuana Business Law 101 event on February 22nd, and I encourage any readers that are able to attend as well. If you are a current dispensary owner, a prospective dispensary owner, or you want to learn how to start a marijuana based business in any other area (medibles, concentrates, industry attorney, etc.), then attending this event is a must.
One of the most common things I deal with at this blog is fielding questions from Oregonians who obviously don’t understand the law. But then again, what do you expect from a state that didn’t legalize medical marijuana dispensaries until recently, yet has had them operating for half a decade. This is everyone’s chance to find out about what Oregon law says about medical marijuana businesses, and how to stay on the right side of the law. Below is a description of the event, and a link for where to buy tickets. Hope to see you there:
The Oregon Cannabis Industry Association is hosting an informative seminar providing Oregon cannabis industry members, and those looking to enter the industry, with an opportunity to learn from professionals across the legal spectrum. Attorneys and professionals will cover basic business law, employment law, tax law and more. A representative from the Oregon Health Authority will be on hand to answer questions about the application process and rules for the upcoming state-licensed medical marijuana facilities.
Tickets are $150. (Approval for CLE credits pending for practicing Oregon attorneys.)
Speakers include: Congressman Earl Blumeauer, business attorney Dave Kopilak of the Crux Law Group, criminal defense attorney Amy Margolis, intellectual property attorney John Mansfield, products liability lawyer Josh DeCristo, the Oregon Health Authority’s Tom Burns, employment law attorney Caroline Guest, real estate/property lawyer Janet Grayson and OCIA’s Executive Director Anthony Johnson. Additionally, longtime cannabis law reform activist and criminal defense attorney Leland Berger will be receiving a “Lifetime Achievement Award” from OCIA.
The educational seminar will be conducted from 12:00pm until 5:30pm with registration for the event starting at 11:00am. Light refreshments will be provided.
Networking social to follow at Occidental Brewing from 5:30pm-7:30pm for seminar attendees and OCIA members.* Beer available for purchase courtesy of Occidental. Food available for purchase from Urban German Grill.
After party for OCIA members at Cannabliss at 1917 SE 7th Ave from 8:00pm-Midnight.* Light refreshments provided.
*First month of an OCIA bronze membership can be purchased for just $10. (Secure your $10 a month memberships while you can as they
To purchase tickets, click the link below and you can reserve your seat now via PayPal, or call (503) 374-9999, Ext 101. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.