The Bureau of Cannabis Control recently released a new FAQ sheet about branded merchandise, and it contains important information for licensees to incorporate into their
You work hard to develop your products, your business plans, your brands, and your technology. At Rogoway Law Group, our attorneys help our clients protect and monetize their intellectual property.
Rogoway Law Group attorneys have extensive experience with copyright, trademark, and trade secret matters. Our attorneys have significant intellectual property transactional backgrounds working with food and beverage companies, artists, film companies, CPG companies, cultivators, manufacturers, musicians, production studios, scientists, and winemakers to protect some of their most valuable assets.
OUR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ATTORNEYS ASSIST OUR CLIENTS WITH:
- Brand Counseling.
- Celebrity Endorsements and Licensing.
- Copyright Protection.
- Cyber/Data/Privacy Matters.
Enforcement Disputes, Demand Letters, and Oppositions.
- Global IP Protection.
- Other Licensing Agreements.
- Intellectual Property Litigation.
- Technology Transactions.
- Trademark Protection.
- Trade Secrets and Proprietary Information Matters.
Recent Cannabis Law Perspectives
Businesses with BCC, CDFA, and CDPH cannabis licenses expiring during the time period referenced above (May 14, 2020 through June 30, 2020) are immediately eligible to have their licensing fees deferred. However, fee deferral is not automatic. In order to request a fee deferral, licensees must submit the necessary forms to the applicable licensing agency in the way prescribed by the applicable agency.
Due to government-issued shutdowns, quarantines, and employee wellness concerns, industries worldwide are facing severe declines in productivity. While the world waits for a COVID-19 vaccine,