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New Intersections of Intellectual Assets and Cannabis

By: Ryan Masters, Strategic Legal Counsel at Cultiva Law With states across the country, and even the federal government in some respects (see, 2018 Farm Bill), legalizing cannabis, the intersection of intellectual property and cannabis is becoming a more and more important consideration for marijuana and hemp entrepreneurs, as well as existing companies, to take…

Metropolis of Los Angeles Releases Software package For Forecasting Hashish Retail...

The Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation released a geographic information system for public use. The mapping and analytical software tool outlines each Community Plan Areas (CPA) and the number of retail licenses available within the highlighted CPA per the City’s definition of Undue Concentration.  CPAs were designated by the City of Los Angeles in…

Supply Update: Bay Place Metropolitan areas

Many jurisdictions across California allow cannabis to be sold at brick-and-mortar retail stores and dispensaries, while many either ban or severely restrict storefront sales. But what is the legal status of cannabis delivery businesses – operations that sell medical or adult-use cannabis to customers, but operate only on a delivery basis? As they present a unique category of…

Oregon Condition Senate Passes Bill to Restrict New Cannabis Producer Licenses

by Colin Mackenzie, Green Light Law Group — On April 29, 2019, the Oregon State Senate passed Senate Bill 218 B, which would, as written, authorize the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) to refuse to issue new cannabis production licenses based on the current supply of, and market demand for, cannabis in Oregon. The goal…