In this Thought Leaders in Health Law® video, attorneys Paulina Grabczak, Gail Javitt, Yulian Shtern, and Nathaniel Glasser take a holistic look at the risks companies face as the restrictions on the use of medical and recreational marijuana are relaxed in an increasing number of states across the country.
This video discusses the following:
• The dichotomy of state and federal law on the use of marijuana
• The risks these new state laws have created for providers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers as the health care industry aims to deliver medical marijuana to more patients
• The implications that the use of medical marijuana has on the workplace and how employers can evaluate the state of play where they operate to properly assess risk and implement the best approach to mitigate risk
• The importance of due diligence and regulatory compliance as more transactional opportunities related to marijuana open up for businesses across industries
• The recent federal laws and guidance that apply to hemp- and cannabidiol-based products
Epstein Becker Green attorneys from our Health Care and Life Sciences and Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practices work collaboratively to help clients understand the nuanced health regulatory and employment law concerns resulting from the recent and growing number of state marijuana laws. Learn more about our focus on Cannabis Law: https://www.ebglaw.com/cannabis-law/
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