Alison focuses her practice on health and wellness, in addition to corporate and intellectual property transactions, working primarily with our cannabis, tech and entertainment clients. She has assisted clients with contracts, company formation, intellectual property protection, and regulatory compliance, and enjoys working with creative entrepreneurs at all stages of business development. Alison has a strong and growing practice representing celebrities on their cannabis endorsement deals and helping cosmetic and skin care companies navigate the complicated laws involving CBD.Before joining Harris Bricken, Alison worked with the in-house legal team of one of the largest software companies in the world.Alison teaches Cannabis Law and Policy at Santa Clara University School of Law, where she graduated cum laude and was the technical editor for the Santa Clara Journal of International Law. During her time at Santa Clara University, she received multiple awards in intellectual property.
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A new measure would prioritize minorities, women, and those disproportionately affected by the War on Drugs for a marijuana business license.
Cannabis consumers, especially newcomers hoping to find a cure for their specific condition, should manage their expectations when using this plant.
Unfortunately, in times of crisis and hardship there will always be companies attempting to take advantage of people.
California cannabis-edibles company Kaneh Co. was promoting its cannabis-infused cookies as similar to several of the Girl Scouts’ cookie brands.
Although these products are now legal for sale, they will likely not be available to consumers until mid-December, and in limited quantities at that.
The BCC notice ends the popular collective and cooperative models of cannabis cultivation, manufacturing and distribution.