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California Cannabis Market Trends

Date: May 21, 2021
Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Location: FREE LIVE WEBCAST - Must register to attend

About the Event:

As the largest and most disjointed cannabis economy in the country, California can be a confusing, intimidating, and overwhelming marketplace even for the most experienced industry operators and investors. But for those who are serious about driving enterprise value, California and the opportunities this vast economy offer cannot be avoided. In this webinar, Justin Keller will bring his considerable experience advising cannabis businesses on how to navigate the state to give you a summary of where California stands today, and he will share some key trends effecting brand development, M&A, licensing, and an outlook for the rest of 2021 and beyond. Sign up today to join Justin and Jason for this exciting conversation!

About the Speaker:

Justin Keller is a partner in the Rimon’s Los Angeles office, whose practice primarily focuses on transactional cannabis law. Mr. Keller helps his cannabis industry clients, who span from farmers to tech start-ups, from industry advocates and legacy operators to publicly-traded cannabis companies, with regulatory compliance, corporate formation, administration, and governance, commercial and supply chain transactions, mergers and acquisitions, investments and fundraising, as well as guidance and counsel on a wide variety of legal and business issues that arise in the nascent cannabis industry.

Presented By




                                                                                                                                                          The CannaBusiness Key is hosted by Jason Klein a business attorney with a long track record of representing cannabis businesses, both marijuana and hemp, in tightly regulated markets. As one of the first lawyers on the East Coast to build a practice dedicated to the cannabis industry, Mr. Klein has a long track record of successfully navigating his clients through challenging regulatory and business operating environments amid uncertainty in new marketplaces. He has represented all types of cannabis business clients, from small and large, including direct and ancillary marijuana companies, hemp growers and supply chain operators, investors, registered providers, and many others, in a variety of states primarily east of the Mississippi River.


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