Medical and Recreational Marijuana

in Washington State

Tuesday, November 29 & 30, 2016 - Seattle, WA


Available In:


WA MCLE: 8.0 Law & Legal & 1.0 Ethics Credits
OR CLE: 8.25 General & 1.0 Ethics Credits
CA CLE: 8.25 General & 1.0 Ethics Credits
Accountants: May Qualify

*See credits tab for full information on credits.

Topics covered

Advertising & Marketing, Agriculture, Business, Cannabis, Contracts, Criminal, Drugs / Narcotics, Ethics, Farming, Finance, Government, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Investment, Legislative, Patent / Trademark / Copyright, Product Liability, Real Estate, Securities, Taxation, Tribal

Who Should attend

Accountants, Attorneys, Government Employees, Investors, Municipal Employees, Tribal Members

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Seminar Overview

The purpose of this seminar is to explore both existing and emerging issues faced by the marijuana industry in Washington State, as well as to examine marijuana business and litigation challenges including trademarks, securities and investment, and contracts. In addition, speakers will cover multiple issues including an update on impactful changes in the regulations as set forth by the Board and its sister agencies; Landlord/Tenant law and commercial leases; an analysis of the implementation of the 2015 Cannabis Patient Protection Act, and its effects on both recreational and medical marijuana businesses and consumers in Seattle and King County; investment and security issues, and the Board’s new out of state financier rules; cross-border relationships with Oregon’s legal marijuana industry; trademark, patent, branding, licensing, and limitations on advertising; civil litigation in the marijuana industry; contract law issues between licensees and third party vendors; products liability and consumer protection act claims; cannabis on tribal lands in light of the federal enforcement priorities; and the ethics surrounding a marijuana business practice.