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Don’t Let Regulations Cannibalize Your Cannabis Client (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


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The commercial cannabis industry is a new and ever evolving one. Learn from experienced local attorneys on the most up-to-date local, state and federal regulatory landscapes, how to use the California Environmental Quality Act to obtain and oppose cannabis operations, and practical tips on various business practices.

Cynthia Morgan-Reed, Esq.
Attorney - Morgan Reed Law
Cynthia Morgan-Reed founded Morgan Reed Law three years ago and practices in the areas of land use, real estate and lobbying where she drafts and negotiates development agreements; conditions of approval; amendments to ordinances, general plans,...More
Kimberly R. Simms, Esq.
Attorney - Law Office of Kimberly R. Simms
Kimberly R. Simms earned her law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law and became a member of the California State Bar in 2009. Kimberly has dedicated her entire legal career to the cannabis industry. She started her law practice immediately...More
Stephanie V.F. Smith
Managing Attorney - Grid Legal
Stephanie V.F. Smith is an experienced attorney with a special focus on land use and real estate matters. Her experience at a large international law firm coupled with experience at a local public agency provide her with a strong framework to spot...More

Originally Published

June 27, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Don’t Let Regulations Cannibalize Your Cannabis Client - Video
  • Don’t Let Regulations Cannibalize Your Cannabis Client - Paper

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