Arbitration may be the single best resolution for cannabis-related disputes offering more legal certainty and enforceability.
This webinar covers the practical application of arbitration law relevant to the enforcement of Marijuana business-related contracts, and identifies techniques counsel should consider when drafting arbitration clauses for cannabis businesses and their partners.
- Risks of entering into a contract in the cannabis industry
- Federal law enforcement policies and state law conflicts
- Cannabis-related contract enforceability issues
- Arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism for cannabis related business contracts
- Specific techniques counsel should consider when drafting arbitration clauses for cannabis businesses
- Additional legal considerations (tax, securities, municipal litigation, real estate and tribal law) for firms representing marijuana businesses
Product ID: 7904
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- Marijuana at Work: What Employers Need to Know
- Medical Marijuana and the Law
- Us Department of Transport
- Federal Contractors
- Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Family Medical Leave Act
- Recreational Marijuana
- Marijuana In The Workplace
- Medical Marijuana During Office Hours
- Amendments to Work Tasks / Responsibilities and / or Employment Hours
- Other Employees
- Refusal of the Request
- Legal Aspects
- Right to Privacy
- Discipline Issues
- Multistate Employers
- Sample Marijuana Policy
- Introduction / Purpose/ Intent of the Program
- Employees Covered By The Policy
- Prohibited Behavior
- Unsafe Job Performance
- Drug Testing
- Medical Marijuana Users
- Recreational Use of Marijuana
- Employee Confidentiality
- Policy Enforcement
- Employee Agreement
- List of States that Have Legalized Medical Marijuana
- List of States with Pending Legislation
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Attorney at Law, Gordon Thomas Honeywell LLP
Teresa Daggett works with businesses to help them through all phases of growth, from formation through contracts and mergers and acquisitions. She enjoys working with companies in a wide variety of industries, assisting with the challenges they encounter along the road to success. From inventors to manufacturers, from cannabis businesses to software businesses, she provides primarily business entity and securities legal services designed to bring real, bottom-line value to clients.
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