Jeena Cho will cover resilience, work/life integration, and wellness in the workplace. Her area of expertise includes women’s issues, diversity, wellness, productivity, mindfulness, and meditation. Richard Carlton will be covering substance abuse and depression disorders. He will dive into the relation between practicing law and the mentality necessary to "succeed" at practicing law.
This panel will address current and emerging challenges surrounding such methods and new products from the business, legal, and regulatory perspectives. Topics will include the vaping crisis, regulation of novel delivery systems, hardware inputs and related supply chain matters, various approaches to the regulation of edibles, hemp, and hemp-derived CBD, and what the future may hold.
Using the current regulatory landscape of CBD as a jumping-off point, this panel will explore this new market from a regulatory standpoint. We will discuss what these cannabinoids are and how they are likely to be used; whether they will encounter similar regulatory obstacles as CBD in coming to market; and whether we should continue to think of cannabinoids as a unified “block” for regulatory purposes,or if they will each have separate paths.
This panel will discuss the tactics states have adopted to keep people of color out of the industry along with resolutions. Attendees will leave the session knowledgeable about current equity policy impacts not only on retailers and indoor grow operations but rural communities of color.
This CLE will examine equity policy considerations on both the statutory level and the regulatory level, and will inform attorneys and non-attorneys alike what to look for when reading, drafting or recommending policy language, how to engage policy makers and shed light on equity successes, failures and pitfalls to avoid.
Of all white collar professionals in the United States, alcoholism and depression are most common among lawyers. And we serve an industry that makes an intoxicant more widely available than it has ever historically been. So, what does that mean for our own mental health and our own battles with substance abuse.
Take a look at how to shore up those international supply chain needs, the potential of interstate commerce under state-implemented Memoranda of Understanding, and the future of supply chain consistency in a post-legalized world.