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The Budding Relationship Between IP Law and Cannabis (1.5 General Participatory Credits)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


Please join us to discuss cannabis IP rights, protection and enforcement of these rights in the United States and abroad, and the future of the cannabis industry as it relates to IP. We will also dive into current federal and state cannabis laws as well as local and state regulatory compliance issues. For IP filings, we will also provide tips for filing patent applications and/or licensing agreements. The program will feature a diverse panel of experts to provide their detailed analysis and insights on this budding field of IP law. You're ganja have a good time - this program is not to be missed!

David P. Branfman, Esq.
Attorney - Branfman Law Group, P.C.
Mr. Branfman has been practicing law in San Diego County for over thirty years and for the last ten years as the principal at Branfman Law Group, P.C. Mr. Branfman’s practice focuses on intellectual property and entertainment law, including...More
Kenny Glatzel, Esq.
Patent Attorney - Premium IP Services, P.C.
Kenny Glatzel, Esq. is a patent attorney whose practice has a strong focus on cannabis related intellectual property. An early pioneer in the cannabis industry, Kenny has 6 years of experience working on various aspects of cannabis intellectual...More
Dale Hunt, Ph.D, Esq.
Plant Scientist and Patent Attorney - Plant & Planet Law Firm
Dr. Dale Hunt is a plant scientist, a Cannabis lawyer and registered U.S. patent attorney with over 20 years of experience protecting plant varieties in the United States and throughout the world. Dr. Hunt is on the board of directors of the Open...More
Jessica C. McElfresh, Esq.
Attorney - McElfresh Law, Inc.
Ms. Jessica McElfresh has focused on cannabis law and policy since 2010. She represents cannabis retailers, distributors, cultivators, manufacturers, and testing labs, as well as landlords and ancillary businesses, currently focusing on local and...More

Originally Published

August 26, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • The Budding Relationship Between IP Law and Cannabis - Video
  • The Budding Relationship Between IP Law and Cannabis - Paper

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