Date: March 1, 2019Location: FREE LIVE WEBCAST - Please register to attendClick here to register for the Offit Kurman 3/1/19 Maryland’s New Grower and Processor Licen Webinarwebinars Did you know that Maryland is opening a new round of applications for grower and processor licenses in March 2019? This is probably the last opportunity to be awarded a license under Maryland’s thriving medical cannabis program for many years. Join host Jason Klein as he walks through in detail the in’s and out’s of the upcoming application and shares insights on how to make your application stand out and win! This webinar will touch on the application scoring methodologies, the submission requirements, diversity and disadvantaged business categories, lessons learned from the last round of applications, and much more. The webinar will also feature a more interactive format to engage with the audience and maximize the learning opportunity. Please join us for this exciting topic on March 1st at 12pm ET! Presented by Jason Klein: Jason Klein is a business law attorney at Offit Kurman with a focus on licensing and compliance in tightly regulated markets on the east coast. Jason started working in the industry in 2011 and his practice focuses exclusively on serving direct and ancillary cannabis business clients. As one of the first attorneys east of the Mississippi to work with cannabis business clients, Jason has a track record of successfully navigating competitive licensing environments and assisting his clients to stay compliant and profitable in the face of challenging regulatory atmospheres. He is a founding board member of the National Cannabis Bar Association and a frequent speaker at local and national cannabis industry conferences. Mr. Klein hosts a monthly Cannabis webinar with a different guest speaker each month. Topics range from “Cannabis Police and Practice in the Trump Era,” to medical cannabis for pain and the opioid epidemic (“Can Medical Cannabis for Pain Really Help with the Opioid-Dependency Epidemic?”) to cannabis insurance preparation (“An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure Commercial Insurance Preparation”). Mr. Klein holds a bachelor’s degree in physics (2002), master’s degree in public administration (2009), and J.D. (cum laude – 2009), all from Indiana University – Bloomington. He is licensed to practice in the District of Columbia and Michigan.