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What if it's Rescheduled? Intellectual Property Questions for Cannabis Businesses

Amanda Conley, Brand & Branch

Rumors indicate that the DEA might soon reschedule marijuana (or components of it) to Schedule II under the CSA. Amanda Conley discusses the potential impact rescheduling would have on cannabis businesses that have already invested significant resources in developing and protecting their intellectual property.

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Welcome to CEB's marijuana law hub, specially designed to inform attorneys about crucial legal issues arising from state marijuana legalization and its conflicts with federal law.

  • We track developments in over 15 topics nationwide, so you can minimize the risks arising from various ethics rules, inconsistent federal enforcement policies, and non-uniform civil and criminal statutes and court actions that collide with each other.
  • We bring you analysis and practice tips as the issues evolve in this practice area, drawn from activity in five states as well as California's medical marijuana statute
  • We take no position on the legalization of marijuana and do not render legal advice--review our Disclaimer. Explore topics and legislation by going to left menu or clicking on at top.

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CEB Publications Attorney Bonnie C. Maly discusses ways in which counsel for both landlords and tenants can minimize the risk of handling medical marijuana-related cases. She concludes that counsel who for ideological or other reasons place themselves on the front line must continue to be cautious.

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CEB provides you with 2 interactive maps of the U.S., which show states that have legalized marijuana for either recreational use or medical use. Additionally, you can find comprehensive information for marijuana bills and ballot initiatives in CEB's legislative tracking database.

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