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Jonathan Robbins

Chair, Cannabis Practice Group

Akerman, LLP

Jonathan Robbins represents public and private companies and individuals in complex regulatory and litigation matters in the financial services and regulated substances sectors. His experience encompasses investigations and administrative and enforcement proceedings brought by federal, state, and self-regulatory bodies, including the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Florida Attorney General’s Office, Florida Department of Financial Services, and Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. He is a go-to resource for broker-dealers and registered persons in securities-related cases filed in both federal and state courts, as well as in FINRA arbitration proceedings addressing both customer and sector disputes. Jonathan has represented numerous broker-dealers and clearing firms ranging in size from smaller, regional broker-dealer and investment advisory firms to major national wirehouses. He serves as an arbitrator in securities arbitrations between both customers and members and associated persons and members. He frequently represents clients adverse to the SEC while working with the enforcement agency as counsel for receivers appointed by U.S. District Courts. In addition to his financial services work, Jonathan serves as the leader of Akerman’s Cannabis Practice, counseling clients on the evolving, complex legal and business issues impacting companies with interests in the regulated substances industries. Ranked by Chambers USA as a top lawyer in Cannabis Law and recognized in 2018 by the National Law Journal as one of the country’s “Cannabis Law Trailblazers,” he has been published and quoted in national media outlets such as U.S. News & World Report, The American Lawyer, Politico, Washington Post, and Law360. He is a founding board member of the National Cannabis Bar Association and is also an active member of the National Cannabis Industry Association.

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Ethics 201: What You Must Write Down - Drafting Agreements, Advisals, and Waivers

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Administrative Law |  Business of Law |  Cannabis |  Cannabis Law Sessions |  Ethics |  Intellectual Property |  Licensing and Permitting
Matt Goldberg |  Michelle Mabugat |  Jonathan Robbins |  Shoran Williams
54 Minutes
Audio and Video
Access for 6 month(s) after purchase.
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Entering cannabis practice will require specialized retainer agreements, advisal letters, and conflict waivers. Our panelists explain in detail.
$75.00 - Non Member Price

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