The Pennsylvania Department of Health recently released proposed permanent regulations to replace the temporary regulations that have been in place since April of 2017.  The proposed permanent regulations would not substantially alter the medicinal cannabis market in Pennsylvania but there are several notable proposed changes in the new regulations.  For example, the proposed regulations add

The 2020 U.S. Elections provided a change in presidential administrations to one that is reportedly pro-cannabis legalization, along with sweeping approval by voters in those states where legalization of cannabis was on the 2020 ballot.  As such, it is predicted that federal legalization is closer than it has ever been.  With legalization moving closer it

In November 2020, New Jersey residents voted to approve a constitutional amendment to legalize the possession and use of cannabis for persons age 21 and older and legalize the cultivation, processing, and sale of retail cannabis.  By passing this amendment, New Jersey was poised to take the lead in the adult-use cannabis market amongst its

The cannabis industry took a step back on its merger and acquisition activity in 2020 due to some pandemic-related instability but the industry picked up where it left off by the end of the year, and we expect that trend to significantly increase in 2021.  In the article linked below, Melissa Sander and I discuss

On November 9th, join Fox’s Jonathan Lagarenne, Bob Nagle, Mark Yacura, and Joshua Horn in Rutgers’ CDR Workshop on CBD.  Jonathan Lagarenne, Bob Nagle, and Mark Yacura will present on a panel that will provide corporate banking, employment, and investment considerations when entering the CBD market.  Joshua Horn will then provide an update on the

On August 25th, Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wolf called for the legalization of recreational cannabis to assist with the state’s efforts in supporting small businesses that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.

Pennsylvania’s small businesses and hospitality sectors have been hit hard by COVID-19 and the State has incurred steep costs in an effort to help

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In February 2020, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (“CDFA”) released its proposed regulations for a first of its kind appellation program for cannabis cultivators.  The appellation program was established through the same law that regulates California’s cannabis industry, the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulations and Safety Act (“MAUCRSA”); however,

The global COVID-19, or coronavirus, pandemic has caused instability, uncertainty, and a downturn in most industries, and the cannabis industry has not been immune. The pandemic has caused several cannabis companies to terminate deals or modify contracts. However, the ability to terminate deals or modify contracts relies heavily on provisions within the applicable contracts. If