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Tracy A. Gallegos has joined Duane Morris LLP as a partner in the firm’s Corporate Practice Group. She will be resident in the Las Vegas office and also practice in San Francisco. Gallegos further enhances the firm’s corporate, real estate (More)
The CA Senate voted 35-1 to allow banks and credit unions to accept cash deposits from marijuana retailers. Per reporting from the Star Tribune, those banks would be permitted to issue special checks to the retailers that could only be used for ce (More)
On April 30, 2019, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) made available registration applications to cultivate industrial hemp. The CDFA's approved regulations require, among other things, a prospective cultivator to register with (More)
by Michelle C. Pardo Yes, it's a thing.  Across the country, "impulse buys" of bunnies during Easter time result in thousands of rabbits being abandoned or brought to animal shelters when the novelty of the cuddly pet wears off.  In October of 2 (More)
A bill in the Nebraska Legislature would give priority to federal opportunity zones (OZs) in the allocation of state Affordable Housing Trust Fund and other state programs. As crafted, LB 87 would add OZs to already existing statewide enterprise z (More)
  On January 16, 2019 the California Office of Administrative Law (OAL) approved the final regulations that were submitted by California's three licensing agencies, the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC), the Department of Food and Agricult (More)
On December 27, 2018, the Northern District of California dismissed a civil RICO claim brought against the owners and operators of a Sonoma County cannabis growing operation and the operation’s landlord. See Bokaie v. Green Earth Coffee LLC, 3:18 (More)
[gallery ids="180,474"] The three agencies that regulate the cannabis market in California, the Bureau of Cannabis Control, Department of Food and Agriculture, and Department of Public Health, submitted a final version of regulations to the Office (More)
California recently passed what some argue to be the most robust net neutrality state law in the United States. That law has not yet gone into effect. The very same day that California Governor Jerry Brown signed the net neutrality bill into law, (More)