Congress passed the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (better known as the “Farm Bill”) in December 2018 which removed hemp from the federal Controlled Substances Act. This further resulted in hemp-based cannabidiol or “hemp-CBD” legalization. Despite their federally legal status, hemp-CBD products are now more in question than ever, different state and federal agencies have proposed drastically different regulations throughout every facet of the hemp-CBD industry.
If you are a hemp-CBD business, have interest in the industry or are interested in the state and future of hemp-CBD legality, please join us tomorrow, February 21, 2019 at noon (PST) for the latest installment in our lunchtime webinar series. This session is entitled “West Coast Hemp-CBD After the Farm Bill.”
In this hour-long session, Harris Bricken lawyers Daniel Shortt (Seattle, Washington), Nathalie Bougenies (Portland, Oregon), and Griffen Thorne (Los Angeles, California) will provide an in-depth look at changes in federal law and policy post Farm bill, as well as its impact on each of the three west coast states (Washington, Oregon, and California). Throughout the presentation our team will also discuss the status of laws and regulations in each state. Some of the topics we will cover include:
- the future of hemp permitting;
- Farm Bill implications for Internal Revenue Code section 280E;
- banking for hemp-CBD businesses;
- intellectual property for hemp-CBD businesses;
- CBD in food, beverages, vape cartridges, oils, topicals, and other products; and
- the Food and Drug Administration’s role in hemp-CBD.
With an industry that is projected to be worth $20 billion by 2022, interest in hemp is at in an all-time high. Make sure you don’t miss out on this valuable information! The webinar will be moderated by Hilary Bricken, with our panel of attorneys addressing audience questions throughtout the presentations. Please register for the event here! Should you have any further questions, please feel free to reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Author: Canna Law Blog