Cannabis laws and regulations are changing on a daily basis. Tune in for a survey of the legal trends in the industry. From Elevate 2019 in Denver, CO, host Vince Imhoff talks to a panel of guests about cannabis law. Their discussion begins with a review of the varying laws and regulations around the country and then focuses in on matters related to Colorado’s legalization of cannabis. They canvass the many social, economic, legal, and medical implications of legalization and talk about their predictions for the future of cannabis law. Additionally, they discuss the banking rules affecting the industry and the challenges for businesses in this space. Later, they talk to two Colorado defense attorneys about their experience in representing clients accused of crimes related to THC impairment.
Andrew Livingston is director of economics and research for Vicente Sederberg, providing analysis on legal and regulatory matters as well as economic market projections for adult-use and medical marijuana laws in Colorado and around the world.
Barb Brohl is currently a principal at BJ Brohl Strategies, where she consults on drug policy strategies for the 21st century.
Jason Searns is general counsel for Grok.
Amanda Ostrowitz is a regulatory attorney and founder of RegsTechnology and its current product, CannaRegs–a tool to aid attorneys, business people, and governments with localized tracking of regulatory issues.
Leonard Frieling is the first ever chair of the Colorado Bar Association’s Marijuana Law Committee and a criminal defense attorney with over 38 years of experience.
Damon Cassens is a trial lawyer at Waters, Kubik, & Cassens who has practiced law in Colorado Springs since 1994.
(Host) Vince Imhoff is managing director of Imhoff & Associates.
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