Average sale during an inaugural month limited by supply shortages and in-store purchase limits was about $66, state records show. In its first month, Maine’s new adult-use cannabis market reported $1.4 million in legal sales, according to state record…
Pre-rolls, vape carts, edibles are hot in legal stores before the tense Thanksgiving break
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The state’s dispensaries tend to cluster in cities and along the coasts, leaving rural inland patients stranded. But that may be changing.
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On November 17, 2020, the Fresno County Superior Court dismissed a lawsuit filed by 24 California cities seeking to invalidate state cannabis regulations that allow delivery of cannabis to customers in jurisdictions that have banned retail commercial cannabis activity. Many industry players and media are touting the dismissal as a “win” for California cannabis companies.
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You can already taste the wares at wineries and breweries, so when can we expect Canadian growers to offer on-site cannabis tastings?
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This week the Mexican Senate passed a bill containing a draft federal law for the regulation of cannabis (the “Cannabis Law”). The bill includes amendments to the General Health Law and the Federal Criminal Code and is amended by a helpful Annex. The Cannabis Law is being sent to the Mexican Lower Chamber (Cámara de
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We love our clients. From mom-and-pop shops to multinational corporations, most of them run solid operations and behave themselves pretty well. But when you have hundreds of clients and thousands of transactions over many years in the cannabis industry, you see some crazy things. This list covers crazy things that come to mind in Oregon.
As we’ve written about before, bankruptcy hasn’t been a viable option for cannabis businesses, including ancillary businesses that derive any portion of their revenue from cannabis. That was expected to change for hemp and CBD businesses after the 2014 Farm Bill, and especially after hemp was legalized as a commodity under the 2018 Farm Bill
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The maturation of the Oregon cannabis industry in the past few years has been accompanied by a tremendous increase in mergers and acquisitions and a flood of investment capital into the marketplace. Not surprisingly our commercial litigators have seen a marked increase in the number of securities lawsuits both here in Oregon and elsewhere. As
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Cannabis legalization in New Jersey doesn’t necessarily alleviate the industry of its troubles. Recently, Garden State residents voted in favor of marijuana legalization. Cannabis entrepreneurs like Debi Madaio are now faced with a new hurdle: attainin…