The approval of the Medical Marijuana Act has caused waves in Pennsylvania, prompting the Department of Health to create temporary regulations until permanent measures are implemented. Many people in the medical marijuana industry, and the lawyers that can now represent them due to a recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision, are understandably confused by all of the changes. If you are in this group, not to worry – Attorney John Weston of Sacks Weston LLC in Philadelphia will be speaking at an upcoming CLE (continued legal education) seminar regarding this topic.
Important event information:
- Where: The CLE Conference Center, Wanamaker Building, 10th Floor, Suite 1010, Juniper Street Entrance, Philadelphia PA 19107
- When: November 11th, 2016 from 1:00 PM EST to approximately 4:15 PM EST (check-in starts at 12:30 PM)
- CLE credit: 3.00 units of substantive credit
- Amenities: Lunch will be included at or around 12:30 PM; optional course materials may be purchased
- Webcasts: May be attended remotely through webcasts and simulcasts
Along with three other speakers, Attorney Weston will discuss the groundwork and the finite complexities of what lawyers need to know before representing clients in the medical marijuana industry. By the end of the course, attendees should be well-prepared for the medical hemp and cannabis cases that could be on their way soon.
Discussions throughout the seminar will cover:
- Necessities and disclaimers when first meeting clients
- Acceptable structuring of medical marijuana organizations (MMJO)
- How to work with local municipalities
- Consulting firm and business advisor roles
- Temporary regulation compliance
- Application requirements
- And much more!
Be sure to be there for this seminar if you are a legal expert looking to prepare for the anticipated legal changes in the field of medical marijuana laws in Pennsylvania. You can visit the PBI CLE Catalog for more information about the event and to purchase your tickets. You can also contact Sacks Weston LLC for more information regarding Philadelphia medical marijuana attorney John Weston.