ICLE | Marijuana Law Conference, 5th Annual
Marijuana Law Conference, 5th Annual
On-Demand Event (Posted 11/22/20) | CLE: 15.5 | Level: Basic/Intermediate/Advanced
Presented by the Marijuana Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan in cooperation with the Institute of Continuing Legal Education

Includes individual on-demand access to video recordings, written materials, and PowerPoints for three years.

Michigan’s Premier Marijuana Law Event

Nowhere else can you get this many viewpoints in one place. It keeps you connected with timely insight from the entire marijuana law community, including state and federal regulatory agencies, law enforcement, municipalities, and more. It’s perfect whether you’re experienced in marijuana law or simply ready to jump in.

Andrew Brisbo returns to share his inside view on the latest happenings with the MRA. Get guidance on key municipal issues from a city attorney and lawyers in private practice—including Gregory Schmid, who has drafted many ballot initiatives. Hear how law enforcement is adapting to legalization straight from a prosecutor and state police officer. Take away tips and tricks for winning an investigative hearing. Understand how COVID-19 is affecting federal reforms and cannabis businesses.

You Will Be Able to:

  • Untangle the red tape surrounding hemp-derived CBD products
  • Better understand the MMMA by examining 12 critical cases
  • Avoid tax problems under IRS enforcement efforts
  • Grasp which marijuana-related offenses remain viable for prosecution
  • Navigate the licensing process, from applications to renewals
  • Anticipate and respond effectively to insurance disputes
  • Prepare clients for the impact on custody cases in family court
  • Use Daubert motions to limit evidence and gain an advantage
Available Formats
Attend online at your convenience. Includes individual access to electronic materials for three years. These may include written materials, a PDF of the presentation, and any video or audio recordings.
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