GETTING INTO THE WEEDS ON CANNABIS REGULATION: A PRIMER FOR SOLO AND SMALL FIRMS ON THE COMMONWEALTH’S NEW MARIJUANA REGULATIONS
Presented by Commissioners of the Cannabis Control Commission
This program will present an overview of the recently promulgated Cannabis Control Commission regulations, 935 CMR 500.000, by members of the Cannabis Control Commission and its staff. Other presenters may include municipal attorneys who advise cities and towns on options available to them for planning for legal marijuana establishments. This wide-ranging discussion will incorporate topics that include licenses and the licensing process; operational requirements; and municipal controls. The panel discussion will be a great primer for anyone, but may be of particular interest to solo practitioners and smaller firms interested in learning about this new industry and how it will be implemented in the Commonwealth.
Thursday, May 10, 2018, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Social Law Library,
John Adams Courthouse, 4th Floor, Boston, MA 02108
Faculty: Britte McBride, Esq., Commissioner; Katherine D. Laughman, Esq., KP Law, Boston; Professor Julie E. Steiner, Western New England University School of Law; Cannabis Control Commission staff; Kim Napoli, Esq., Cannabis Advisory Board
Register at: www.socialaw.com/SLLcannabis
Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Western New England University, 1215 Wilbraham Rd, Springfield, MA 01119
Faculty: Britte McBride, Esq., Commissioner, Katherine D. Laughman, Esq., KP Law, Boston; Professor Julie E. Steiner, Western New England University School of Law; Cannabis Control Commission staff; Kim Napoli, Esq., Cannabis Advisory Board
Register at: www.socialaw.com/WNEUcannabis
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