2019 Cannabis Breakfast Series: The Crop Report

September 24, 2019 at 8:00am10:00am
Preti Flaherty

One City Center, Penthouse
Portland, Maine

Session 1 - The Crop Report: A Licensing and Municipal Regulations Update

Members of Preti Flaherty's Cannabis Business Group are joined by guests active in the cannabis, hemp, and CBD industries for a three-part breakfast series to discuss what it takes to properly instigate, operate, and regulate a cannabis-related venture. These seminars present an important opportunity to share ideas, ask questions, express concerns, and gain perspective on one of the most talked-about business issues of our time.

We kick off our fall series on September 24, 2019, with attorneys Dan Walker and Kristin Collins presenting the latest crop of cannabis, hemp, and CBD-related rules, recent licensing changes, and other state and municipal regulatory developments, and what it all means for cannabis businesses and municipalities as we head into 2020.

Click Here for more information or to register.  The series is complimentary but advance registration is appreciated.

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