August 4, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Offit Kurman Cannabis Attorney Jason Klein will host “Real Estate for Cannabis Businesses” with presenters Andrew Robinson and Tracie Clabaugh from Offit Kurman’s Real Estate Practice Group.
Robinson will discuss the importance of performing zoning due diligence in connection with site selection and leasing of properties for all facets of the medical cannabis industry. He will specifically be covering issues related to working with government officials to develop and implement effective regulations, reviewing existing regulations where they exist, and what to expect during the development process. The discussion will be aimed at landlords, tenants, owners, operators, and investors in the industry and those interested in getting involved.
Clabaugh will be discussing the importance of commercial lease provisions for the medical cannabis industry, and how these are different from typical commercial lease agreements.
She will specifically discuss certain lease provisions:
- The definition of “permitted use.”
- Hours of operation.
- Access for landlord.
- Definition of “hazardous substances.”
- Compliance with state and local rules.
The discussion will be relevant to tenants, landlords, operators, owners and investors.
|From vape oils to cartridges to edibles, concentrates are in high demand in the cannabis industry. Everyone from cannabis newbies to experienced consumers are choosing consumption methods that require concentrates.
So what does this mean for cannabis processing businesses?
It means now is the time to ensure you know the in’s and out’s of different processing methods, and you’ve chosen the right one for your business.
During this webinar you will learn how to:
Gain an understanding of the impact of fertigation, growing media, plant counts, and automation on increasing crop output and the road to profitability.
The rapid evolution of the Cannabis industry continues as more states are allowing recreational and medicinal marijuana production and sales. The increase in size and scope of production has spawned, in many states, a real estate boom where many new “state of the art” production facilities are being built as well as older properties being rehabbed; as with most commercial properties, it is important for owners, operators and investors alike to protect their property and businesses against physical and economic loss via insurance.
Join Ethan Gross and Michael Hale from Globe Midwest Adjusters International for this next installment of The Cannabusiness Key, “An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: Commercial Insurance Preparation and Your Cannabusiness.” Learn about best practices on a “pre-loss” and “post-loss” basis, how to:
• Understand what questions to ask when searching for property insurance and educate yourself on selecting the right insurance agent;
• Requirements that most insurance policies place on the policyholder unknowingly; and
• Understand the insurance claims process and navigate the process in the event a property or business suffers a flood, fire or other insurable event
July 12 at 1:00pm (EST) & July 13 at 4:00pm (EST)
Learn important daily practices to ensure a smooth-running greenhouse operation including humidity and light management, heating, cooling, on-going maintenance, and equipment operations.
We will cover the key areas involved in the cannabis greenhouse structure process. Topics include: site selection, timelines, general contractors, sub-contractors, foundations, civil engineering, geographic factors, and more. Learn ways to increase construction efficiency and reduce time-consuming and costly errors.
- June 14 – 4:00pm (EST)
- June 15 – 1:00pm (EST)
Nexus Greenhouse Systems is hosting a series of webinars. The first one answers the many questions about how to decide WHERE to grow your cannabis crop. Cannabis growers need an integrated, high-tech growing system to thrive in today’s competitive market. A system that harnesses the sun’s free energy source and integrates specialized agricultural equipment to move towards one purpose: cultivating high quality cannabis yields at a reasonable cost. Part of the grow operation often occurs within a metal building used for drying, trim, mother plants, cloning, shipping and receiving along with administrative office areas. As a horticulture industry leader for more than 50 years, Nexus will hep you design the best possible growing system using the latest technology. Webinars are led by Paul Golden who has a unique ability to teach technical subjects in a compelling yet entertaining manner. He developed this skill as a graduate teaching assistant at Stanford University while completing his Environmental Engineering degree.
Cannabis operators often seek to create new sources of revenue by licensing their intellectual property assets to companies in other states. How can you create a licensing program that complies with state laws and federal enforcement guidelines?
What industry-related assets can be legally licensed across state lines? What specific concerns do licensors and licensees have? What about franchise and enforcement issues? Darren Weiss, The Cannabusiness Key host, will address these questions with Jonathan Wachs, Chair of Offit Kurman’s Intellectual Property Group and Co-Founder of the firm’s Cannabis Law Group.
Please join cannabis attorney, industry thought leader, and co-founder of Offit Kurman’s Cannabis Practice Group Darren Weiss for the next installment of The Cannabusiness KeySM: Pesticide Issues for Your Cannabusiness.This episode will feature a discussion and analysis of the rules and regulations governing the use—and abuse—of pesticides in the cultivation of cannabis, the debate over the use of pesticides, and means and methods of dealing with product recalls.