Hilary V. Bricken, Program Chair, is a partner at Harris Bricken in its Los Angeles office. Licensed to practice law in California, Washington, and Florida, she is one of the premier cannabis business and regulatory attorneys in the United States. As chair of Harris Bricken’s Regulated Substances practice group, she helps cannabis companies of all sizes with their cannabis related business and regulatory needs.
Bryan M. Bergman is a partner at Nolan Heimann LLP with nearly fifteen years’ experience in complex business transactions and civil litigation. He leads the cannabis practice area at the firm and speaks regularly on cannabis industry-related topics and works to educate operators and other professionals on this developing area of law.
Nicole A. Katsin, attorney with Evoke Law PC, focuses her practice on on intellectual property, technology, and cannabis matters, including trademark prosecution and enforcement, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board proceedings, licensing agreements, and cannabis packaging, labeling, and advertising compliance.
Eric Kirkland, founder of Kirkland Law PC, represents fast-growing companies in the US and Canada as well as private equity funds in the burgeoning cannabis industry. The primary focus of his practice is on corporate structure, private offerings, secured debt financing, and tax matters.
Aaron C. Lachant, partner with Nelson Hardiman LLP, has been at the forefront of the marijuana industry since 2009. He frequently acts as outside general counsel for clients in the industry and is active in the Greater Los Angeles Collective Alliance. He is the only attorney appointed to the Los Angeles County Advisory Working Group on Cannabis Regulation.
Tatiana Logan is an attorney with Harris Bricken. Since the legalization of cannabis in Oregon in 2014, she has represented cannabis companies, including private equity funds investing into cannabis businesses.
Ian A. Stewart, partner with Wilson Elser, leverages his 25 years of legal experience to help clients navigate the challenging new risk management, business practices and insurance landscape presented by the rapidly developing area of Cannabis Law. He is Co-Chair of the firm's Cannabis Law practice.
Griffen Thorne is an attorney in the Los Angeles office of Harris Bricken, an international emerging markets law firm. As part of the corporate cannabis & hemp teams, he advises clients on obtaining licenses/permits, regulatory compliance, entity formation and structuring, mergers/acquisitions, corporate governance, contract drafting and negotiation, and obtaining/protecting intellectual property.
David Wunderlich is a Senior Attorney and the chair of McAllister Garfield PC's hemp and CBD practice group. He focuses his practice on business transactions, regulatory compliance, real estate, and intellectual property.
This seminar is approved for the following credits:
The Seminar Group is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider; therefore, this course is approved for 5.25 general and 1.0 ethics CLE credits.
The WSBA website is currently unavailable and we have not been able to submit this seminar for credit. They are extending deadlines for submitting credits due to their technical difficulties with their website. When we are able to apply, we will apply for 4.5 hours of law and legal credit and 1.0 hours of ethics CLE credit.
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