Canna Law

Uncertainty Abounds in Defining “Commercial Cannabis Activity” under California’s New Rules

We’ve got a lot of questions for the BCC right now. Last month, California’s regulatory agencies charged with writing commercial cannabis rules released new modifications to the final rules proposed in July. The Bureau of Cannabis Control’s (BCC) proposed modifications contained some of the most dramatic changes, including what would […]

How Cannabis Fared in the California Elections

As we wrote on Tuesday, the midterm elections were monumental for cannabis: Michigan voters approved of a proposal legalizing recreational marijuana for adult use, Utah and Missouri will soon establish medical marijuana regimes, and Texas Representative and marijuana antagonist Pete Sessions lost to a Democrat. All in all, Tuesday was […]

California Intellectual Property Licensing: Our Comments to the Bureau of Cannabis Control

These proposed BCC regulations would be a mistake. As we’ve been blogging about for the last couple of weeks, the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) recently released modifications to the proposed regulations for cannabis licensees, one of which effectively prohibits all licensing, white labeling and manufacturing agreements between two parties […]