Jeff BrownAssistant Commissioner, Medicinal Marijuana at the NJ Department of Health
Don’t miss this unparalleled opportunity to hear directly from Senator Nicholas Scutari and Assemblyman Raj Mukherji, who will be joined by Jeff Brown (Assistant Commissioner, Medicinal Marijuana at the NJ Department of Health), Fruqan Mouzon (recognized as “one of the most influential figures in New Jersey’s tortured marijuana history” by NJ.com), and Ruth Rauls, as they provide you with a comprehensive understanding of New Jersey’s new marijuana legislation.
As a New Jersey Attorney, the legalization of recreational marijuana WILL impact your practice. Are you prepared?
In November, 67% of New Jersey residents voted to approve the legalization of recreational marijuana in New Jersey. As a result, the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance & Marketplace Modernization Act – as well as the accompanying decriminalization bill - are moving toward passage on or before Dec. 17, 2020.
As this historic change rapidly approaches, from the practical issues surrounding the sale of marijuana (taxes, licenses, zoning, and quantities), to more complex issues like state versus local regulations, labor and employment matters, farming and cultivation, and more, you are likely to encounter a wide range of questions from the clients you represent.
Don’t get left behind – register today to gain a comprehensive understanding of everything you need to know to be properly prepared to handle the inevitable wave of marijuana questions that will likely come your way.
Attendees will receive a seminar handbook to help navigate the new legislation, including a concise, easy-to-follow summary of the 200 page implementation bill, focusing on the key elements all New Jersey attorneys should know; a summary of the discrimination bill, and; an overview of Cannabis law nationally.
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