Most nationally recognized brands seem to remain bullish on expanding into next-generation frontiers, such as Web3, non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”), virtual goods, and even cryptocurrencies. Taking their cue from giants in other industries, ambitious cannabis, beverage, and other highly-regulated industry companies may want to shore up their brand protection assets in these important spaces before it’s too late.
Oregon Psilocybin Services requires manufacturers to include a Product Information Document when they move any psilocybin product to licensed service centers.
Emerging psilocybin businesses should carefully consider the proposed advertising restrictions, before they go about building their brand assets (logo, brand name, website, etc.) and putting together plans for promoting their psilocybin products and services.
It is crucial to understand the residency requirements for various psilocybin-related operational licenses, as Oregon, the first state in the United States to establish a psilocybin regulatory framework, starts accepting applications for psilocybin licenses beginning January 2, 2023.
Oregon is the first state in the U.S. to create a regulatory framework for psilocybin services. Starting January 2, 2023, applicants can apply for various psilocybin-related operational licenses, including psilocybin manufacturer licenses.
This post on Redondo Beach’s October 2022 Special Election commercial cannabis voter initiative (Measure E) was initially published on October 18, 2022. An update with the election results was posted on October 20, 2022. UPDATE (October 20, 2022): On October 19, 2022, City of Redondo Beach residents got the chance to vote in a special election on, among other things,
Law360, a premier legal news service, has released a new Expert Analysis article authored by Rogoway Law’s Managing Partner, Joe Rogoway, and Partner, Blair Gue. Law360 Expert Analysis authors are screened by an editorial team for quality and are qualified subject matter experts in their respective practices.
Lexis Nexis, a leading global provider of legal, regulatory and business information, and analytics, has released a new cannabis law Practical Guidance® practice note authored by Rogoway Law’s Managing Partner, Joe Rogoway, and Partner, Blair Gue. Practical Guidance® attorney authors are practice area specialists with skills and expertise honed over years of practice, and selected by Lexis Nexis after extensive vetting.
If approved, Measure M will give the City of Healdsburg the ability to impose an annual gross receipts tax that may not exceed 8% on any Person conducting cannabis business within City limits.
Cybersquatting can dilute and harm a brand in many ways, including by drawing potential customers and business opportunities away from a business. The cost of a UDRP action could prove very worthwhile when a disputed domain is actually damaging a business.