Tag: legal

Buddle: The New Way To Do Cannabis Law Says MyShingle.com

Here’s the piece How One Woman-Owned Cannabis Law Company Defies Everything We Thought We Knew About the Future of Law When it comes to the topic of the future of law, there are nay-sayers – those who insist that computers will never replace them and they-sayers. As in, they say that access to justice  solutions are impossible with outside law firm ownership.”…

Washington Legislators Approve Bill Expunging 69,000 Cannabis Convictions

Ganjapreneur report… The bill, which originated in the Senate, passed the House in a 69-29 vote on Tuesday and now returns to the Senate for the reconciliation of one amendment added by state representatives. The House amendment specifies that the bill would also apply to misdemeanor cannabis convictions resulted from municipal rules in addition to those charges brought under state law.  …

Nevada’s Dept Of Taxation Issues Closure Notice For Two Dispensaries Running Under CW Nevada Brand

Is the dream is over before its started ?   The Las Vegas Review Journal  writes……..The Nevada Department of Taxation shut two of CWNevada’s three dispensaries as the cannabis company struggles to pay the government, workers and creditors. The news spurred creditors to file an emergency motion to impose a receiver over CWNevada, one of the largest cannabis companies in…

OK Roots Vs Oklahoma Roots

Oklahoma’s K Four reports POTTAWATOMIE CO., Okla. – The fight between two medical marijuana dispensaries is getting ugly. Now, in the middle of a lawsuit, the owners of one store got kicked to the curb. The owners of OK Roots are the defendants in the trademark lawsuit. Their landlord evicted them for allegedly smoking marijuana inside their store, and now they’ve set…

Oregon lawmakers reject plan to restrict recreational cannabis supply

The  report goes on to say State Michael Dembrow, a Democrat from Portland, said oversupply has left the state with enough marijuana to last nearly seven years. He said managing the amount of marijuana produced could prevent the product from slipping into the black market. Senate Minority Leader Herman Baertschiger Jr., a Republican, said the state should instead let the…

Mnuchin Tells House Financial Services Committee He Will Look At Cannabis .. Promise !

Marijuana Moment reports Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin pledged on Tuesday to take a look at a banking bill that would enable financial institutions to service cannabis businesses. While the official said he’s not familiar with the legislation, he acknowledged that the existing system—which leaves many marijuana companies operating on a largely cash-only basis—is a “significant issue.” “I’m not going to…

Details on Ontario’s New Private Cannabis Retail Lottery

Details on Ontario’s New Private Cannabis Retail Lottery By Whitney Abrams | December 14, 2018 Since the AGCO’s first announcement about the private retail process in Ontario, aspiring private cannabis retailers in Ontario anxiously awaited December 17th, the day upon which the AGCO formerly stated it would release its application process.  On December 13, just before “application release day” the…

Is the cannabis industry armed against privacy breaches?

Paul Saabas, Vice President, Shred-it   Cannabis licensed producers (LPs) in Canada are currently facing a unique economic opportunity. As the first G7 country to legalize adult-use cannabis, industry players in this market are moving at a rapid pace. Amidst seemingly boundless opportunities, media excitement and landmark legal decisions, the question remains: are cannabis LPs doing everything to ensure that…

Remember When?

Opinion Editorial – by Eric Vengroff, Financial Analyst, Cannabis Daily “Everything that follows, is a result of what you see here…” Dr. Alfred Lanning’s hologram from the movie I, Robot,  2004 As Canada collectively gets ready for recreational adult-use cannabis next week, the Globe and Mail reported last week that Canada’s cannabis supply, already widely expected to be in a shortage…

NICHE Canada’s Cannabis & Our Community Series Continues in Calgary October 23rd

by Eric Vengroff, Financial Analyst, Cannabis Daily NICHE Canada, the National Institute for Cannabis Health and Education, is running a series of community awareness events that serve to elevate the common base knowledge level regarding cannabis  for Canadian businesses, health and human resource professionals, cannabis industry participants and other stakeholders.   Their first event in Toronto on September 25th brought Health…

New Ontario Cannabis Regulations Could Be a Breath of Fresh Air

Politics & Law By Eric Vengroff, Financial Analyst, Cannabis Daily As reported by the Globe and Mail this morning, the Ontario government is putting in place a set of regulations that will have widespread implications for both business owners and consumers. These moves will also be major steps in normalizing and legitimizing cannabis acquisition and consumption, shutting down the criminal…