On December four, 2019, at 12:30 PM, Harris Bricken lawyer Daniel Shortt and Cascadia Intellectual Home lawyer Krista Wittman will be presenting at a seminar place on by the Washington State Bar Association’s International Practice Section titled “U.S. and International Elements of Cannabis Laws and Legal Practice.” Further facts on the occasion is offered under and on the International Practice Section web page.
The presentation will cover the following:
The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill opened the door to importing and exporting hemp in the United States, at least in theory. Cannabis remains illegal below federal law and states that have legalized cannabis sales do not even enable cannabis to cross state lines, let alone international borders. Daniel Shortt will talk about how U.S. cannabis policy impacts the developing international cannabis market place.
National laws can also tremendously impact no matter if and how intellectual house rights for cannabis-connected companies can be obtained. Patent lawyer Krista Wittman will talk about her practical experience prosecuting cannabis-connected patent and trademark applications in the United States as effectively as in pick foreign jurisdictions.
The international cannabis market place is immediately becoming a reality as nations adjust their laws and policies on cannabis. Attorneys from each our international and cannabis practice groups are fielding an up-tick in queries on cannabis trade. For far more facts on the international cannabis market place, verify out these current posts:
We hope you can join Daniel and Krista on December 4th! Register right here.
Date: Wednesday, December four, 2019
Time: 12:30 P.M. – two:30 P.M. (registration starts at 12:00 PM)
Credits: 2. Law and Legal Process
Tuition: $35 Common, $0 International Practice Section Member, $18.75 Law Student
In-Particular person Place:
Foster Garvey Computer
1111 Third Avenue, Suite 3000, Seattle, WA 98101